Hey remember Suicide Squad?? yeah neither do I, it was a crap fest, but the one bright spot to come out of it was Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn, Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – Birds Of Prey
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Ah the Buddy Cop Movie, a true staple of Hollywood filmmaking for decades. Much like the Rom-Com, or Superhero film, they are the “comfort food” of the silver screen. Going Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – Bad Boys For Life (Spoiler Free)
Every now and again, a movie comes along and changes your perception of what a specific genre of movie can offer. 1917 is just such a movie. Eschewing the typical Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – “1917” (SPOILER FREE)
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Well here we are, we’ve made it!!!!! Day 4 of the “Pint Holiday Gift Guide”!!!! for this final installment Ganache takes a look at 2 books that tie into each Read MoreComments Off on Shelf Gratification – A Cult Filmmaker Duo!!
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