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  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween

    ★★★½

    Hubie Halloween stars Adam Sandler as a local down "pushover" named Hubie, who love Halloween (supposedly). He works at a Deli, and still lives at home with him. He is a bit of a joke around the town he lives in and people including children all make fun of him, and throw objects at him while he is riding his bike. Every Halloween Hubie wears a homemade "Monitor" badge and goes around and makes sure that kids are being safe…

  • Vampires vs. the Bronx

    Vampires vs. the Bronx

    ★★★

    Vampires vs, The Bronx is about a group kids living in Bronx, New York who notice that many of their local storefronts and building are being bought out a very secret organization, who are owned by Vampires! The kids start noticing that many of their local Business/Shop Owners have left unexpectedly, or have just simply disappears and they take it upon themselves to investigate what might be happening in their community. The films itself is basically a metaphor for Gentrification,…

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  • Ready or Not

    Ready or Not

    ★★★★

    Ready or Not is about a very wealthy family (who made their fortune off of board games/playing cards,) who have a tradition of playing a game whenever someone marries into the family. The new bride or groom must pick a card randomly which will determine which game they must play for the evening. Sometimes it is Chess, or Checkers but if they select Hide and Seek, then the new bride or groom must go hide while the entire family tries…

  • Joker

    Joker

    ★★★½

    Joker is basically a character study in my opinion. We watch someone who had issues growing up and was bullied and picked on, slowly become one of the most feared villains in the Comic book world.

    I enjoyed this movie quite a bit, although I believe there were a few small flaws. I didn't find the film to be too violent actually, at least no more dark and violent than The Dark Knight and I can't see why so many…