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  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    ★★★★★

    There's just something about Aaron Sorkin's dialogue and how everything plays out that makes it so satisfying to listen to. He's not only won me over once again as a writer but now as a director as The Trial of the Chicago 7 is an exceptionally scripted, acted and edited court drama that is incredibly timely today.
    The combination of the scenes made for this film and archive footage of the protests from back in the day make it feel…

  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween

    ★★★½

    Adam Sandler is one of those actors that I have an interesting relationship with in his filmography having some genuinely good comedies (The Wedding Singer, Billy Madison, 50 First Dates, Big Daddy), guilty pleasures (Grown Ups, Pixels), and I had given up on ever watching Sandler's Netflix films when he first started with them with The Ridiculous 6 and The Do-Over leaving a bad taste. I guess the Hotel Transylvania trilogy wasn't enough for Sandler to have yet another, this…

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  • Oliver & Company

    Oliver & Company

    ★★★★

    Of all the Disney films that came out during this time period, Oliver & Company feels the most 80's, but I love those types of films so of course I still really enjoyed it as a fun and entertaining adventure.
    This is one of the Disney films that has some of the most personality and that's mostly because of the cast and characters. While many animated films nowadays tend to hire big name celebrities, especially popular musicians, just to sell tickets…

  • Monster House

    Monster House

    ★★★★½

    Every October, I love to revisit a group of films I always have watched around the Halloween time throughout October since I was a kid.
    Monster House is one of the more fun films I've always enjoyed watching. Executive produced by cinematic visionaries Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg, the team behind classics like Back to the Future and Who Framed Roger Rabbit, combines the touches of both directors and their studios bring to their films with the spirit of classic…