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Yahne Reviews: Mulan (2020, Directed by Niki Caro)

I’m not sure why this was the live action remake that everyone turned on, but it’s about damn time. Outside of Pete’s Dragon and Christopher Robin (which both did drastically different and creative things while still remaining loving and faithful… Continue Reading →

Yahne Reviews: The Three Stooges (2012, Directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly)

One of the most frustrating movies ever made. The Farrelly brothers clearly adore the source material, as they’ve been trying to get this thing made for the better part of the decade, and it shows. The three leads are a… Continue Reading →

Yahne Reviews: Giant Little Ones (2018, Directed by Keith Behrman)

This queer film was recommended to me by a close friend. It started off rough with very clear signs of a first time, low budget filmmaker trying to tackle complex issues before they were experienced enough to do them justice…. Continue Reading →

A meditation on change

Change is never easy, but often times is necessary. The Tribunal has been forced to evolve. Alec, one of the founding members of the cast, and the team have parted ways. He was a valuable resource, with his vast random… Continue Reading →

SDCC – Special Edition with Guest Host, Derrick

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5 Second Review: Yesterday

Viewed at Indy Film Fest 2019: Kinda feels more like a Richard Curtis movie than a Danny Boyle one. Himesh Patel and Lily James are undeniably charming and adorable here, Kate McKinnon is effortlessly hilarious and even Ed Sheeran comes… Continue Reading →

5 Second Review: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

It was good not great. I thought Zac Efron’s performance was better than the movie itself. He certainly seemed to capture the essence of Ted Bundy. 2 likes COMMENT?

5 Second Review: Long Shot

Smart, sweet and chockablock with laughs. The cast is pretty much uniformly great with the standouts being Seth Rogen, Charlize Theron and O’Shea Jackson, Jr. I didn’t realize Andy Serkis was in this nor the character he was playing until… Continue Reading →

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