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    Hermione Corfield

    Emma Watson

    “Candy Land” Review

    Candy Land: Directed by John Swab. With Olivia Luccardi, Sam Quartin, Eden Brolin, Owen Campbell. A seemingly naive and devout young woman navigates her way into the underground world of truck stop sex workers a.k.a. “lot lizards.”

    There’s a couple different versions of the movie synopsis and all of them are pretty good at giving you the basic idea of what’s going to go on, but never lets on what the full experience is going to give you. I honestly had no idea how the movie was going to end when I got to the point where there was only 5 minutes left! There’s a lot to like here and if you keep your big budget expectations out of the way, you might enjoy this one.

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    Modern Fans

    Ariana Grande

    Tiffani Amber Thiessen

    Jennifer Lawrence

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    Bridget Fonda

    Working hours

    Barbara Palvin

    Toronto Canada

    Mila Kunis

    [3840 x 2160] Nostalgia

    How old are you now?

    Morgan Fairchild

    Incheon, South Korea

    “The Crow: Salvation” Review

    The Crow: Salvation: Directed by Bharat Nalluri. With Kirsten Dunst, William Atherton, Debbie Fan, Eric Mabius. Alex Corvis returns to the world of the living to solve the murder of a young woman that he was wrongly accused of.

    It’s always surprising to me that Kirsten Dunst is a scream queen, but she’s been doing horror since she was a wee lady. She does a great job here lifting the mediocre concept to a slightly higher level just by being present, but sadly she’s not able to save the movie from itself and the angst that it’s so hilariously full of. Case in point, the guy that’s been falsely accused of murdering his girlfriend has the last name of “Corvis” which is so close to being “corvus” that I had to pause the movie to laugh about it. Speaking of pausing it, this franchise has been a fun adventure of trying to find where to official stream it, the first movie was on Amazon Prime, the second on Hoopla, the third on “Should Factory Television” and the fourth is back at Hoopla. I’m happy they were all on services that I have access to though, because finding them on less than savory streaming sites can be an unhappy adventure in restoring hard drives.

    Of the three films I’ve seen so far, this is leaps and bounds the better of them, but only just barely, I think there was a leap in cinematography and contemporary soundtracks that made the entire effort more palatable.

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    Daisy Ridley

    Hobby Lobby did em dirty

    Kate Beckinsale