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  1. La La Land

    La La Land

    1) Did you like it? Yes, but truthfully I don’t really get the hype. 2) Why? I’m a bit of a sucker for a great musical, and La La Land definitely delivers on that front. Each sequence is visually enchanting, and the music is catchy and emotive. I don’t really see why it seems to be “revolutionary”, but frankly speaking I’m not a huge movie aficionado — for me this film was e Learn More
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  2. Moana

    Moana

    1) Did you like it? Yes! 2) Why? I actually wasn’t really looking forward to this one — I watched the trailer but didn’t feel a pull either way — but I ended up really enjoying it! Moana is an instant Disney classic: it was very visually stunning with great animation, funny characters, and catchy music. It might not be anything jaw-dropping or boundary-breaking, but it’s two hou Learn More
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  3. Moana

    Moana

    1) Did you like it? Yes! 2) Why? I actually wasn’t really looking forward to this one — I watched the trailer but didn’t feel a pull either way — but I ended up really enjoying it! Moana is an instant Disney classic: it was very visually stunning with great animation, funny characters, and catchy music. It might not be anything jaw-dropping or boundary-breaking, but it’s two hou Learn More
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  4. Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? Another origin story, Doctor Strange is the tale of Stephen Strange, an arrogant surgeon who, having lost use of his hands, visits Kathmandu, Nepal to heal himself. Let’s be honest — it’s the same story recycled over and over again, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be entertaining. While for me some parts of the film are dull and slow, over Learn More
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  5. Jane the Virgin Season 1

    Jane the Virgin Season 1

    Jane Villanueva Cordero is a student teacher, an aspiring writer and a devout Catholic – but when she becomes pregnant after being accidentally artificially inseminated during a routine checkup, Jane’s whole life becomes as complicated and unpredictable as the telenovelas she watches with her mother and grandmother every day. 1) Did you like it? Yep! I was pretty much obsessed from episo Learn More
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  6. Arrival

    Arrival

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? When a number of alien spaceships arrived on earth, linguistic professors Louise Banks is tasked to interpret their language. This is the crux of the story of Arrival, director Denis Villeneuve’s latest sci-fi flick. Arrival builds itself a bit too slowly for my liking, but it is visually enchanting and scored wonderfully. It’s also incredibly smart Learn More
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  7. Life in Pieces Season 1

    Life in Pieces Season 1

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? In the same vein as Modern Family, Life in Pieces is the story of one big family: Joan and John as elderly parents who are dreading their empty nest and their three grown children, who each have their own lives and families. The cast includes Colin Hanks, James Brolin, Dianne West, etc. As a comedy series, Life in Pieces might not be ground-breaking, but it Learn More
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  8. Keeping Up with the Joneses

    Keeping Up with the Joneses

    1) Did you like it? Not really. 2) Why? While Keeping Up with the Joneses has some funny moments, most of the film felt forced and utterly predictable. It was just… mediocre through and through, with lots of loopholes. 3) “You would like this movie if…” If you like the actors, I suppose. Isla Fisher and Zach Galifianakis gave an OK performance. 4) “This movie made me th Learn More
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  9. DCU Justice League: Dark

    DCU Justice League: Dark

    1) Did you like it? It was OK. I’m not hanging out for a sequel, but if one comes out, I’ll most likely watch it. 2) Why? Let me get this out of the way: I’m here for John Constantine. I’m a huge fan of the Hellblazer comics, and was intrigued when I found out Constantine is featured in the Justice League Dark comics. These were released as part of DC Comics’ New 52 revamp, whic Learn More
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  10. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

    Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

    1) Did you like it? It was OK – I enjoyed some parts, disliked others. 2) Why? Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children holds a lot of promise, having been adapted from one of the most popular YA series published in the last decade. I personally liked the concept and enjoyed the visuals, but from a storytelling perspective, the film kind of falls short — the characters weren’t enga Learn More
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  11. Storks

    Storks

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? While the world-building in Storks remained largely simplistic and under-explained, I enjoyed the premise immensely and thought the characters have pretty good banter with one another. The story itself is generally funny and cute, though not flawless. 3) “You would enjoy this movie if…” You like animated children’s movies. 4) “This movie Learn More
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  12. Girl Asleep

    Girl Asleep

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? This is a coming of age film with a difference. It starts off pretty typically: a teenaged Greta on the brink of adulthood struggling to navigate her new world. Starting at a new school and having a 15th birthday party looming forced on her by her well-meaning but clueless mother, she’s faced with making some tough decisions regarding the relationships in Learn More
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  13. Suicide Squad

    Suicide Squad

    1) Did you like it? Not really. 2) Why? It started out pretty fun -- the introduction of each member of the Suicide Squad was relatively exciting and I was full of anticipation for the great things these supposed super-villains were ostensibly going to do... but then the plot just stopped and suddenly everything became very dull. The characters became boring, the antagonist was laughable, and Learn More
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  14. UnReal Season 2

    UnReal Season 2

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? While the second season isn’t as good as the first one, UnREAL doesn’t shy away from taking the drama to the next level. This season sees producers Rachel and Quinn, beautifully and convincingly acted by Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, recruiting an African-American football player to be their first diverse suitor in Everlasting, a The Bachelor-esq Learn More
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  15. X-Men: Apocalypse

    X-Men: Apocalypse

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? While nowhere as good as its predecessors, X-Men: Apocalypse is still an enjoyable action/sci-fi movie. Plot-wise it was actually really cliched — Big Bad Guy wants to destroy the world, and our heroes must save humanity — and it doesn’t really add anything to the franchise and kind of messes with the existing timeline a bit, but for a movie that’s Learn More
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