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Tyler 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 →

Tyler 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 →

Abbreviated Reviews: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (Prime Video)

Well, to say this movie was “Very Nice”, would be an understatement. Normally I would wax poetic about the ups and down, the twists and turns, of a movie. However, this movie leaves me sitting here on the edge of… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: Palm Springs (Hulu)

I have often been criticized for not being the biggest fan of Groundhog Day. I mean, Bill Murray is a legend, and 100% of the reason to watch the movie, but it was just lacking something for me. Turns out,… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: The Old Guard (Netflix)

Charlize Theron stars alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor, Marwan Kenzari, Kiki Layne, Matthias Schoenaerts, Luca Marinelli, Harry Melling and Veronica Ngo in The Old Guard, released on July 10th on Netflix. A group of covert “immortal” mercenaries, led by Theron, are recruited to… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: Irresistible

In a timely film, written and directed by Jon Stewart, Steve Carell plays a Democratic political strategist, who offers the services of his team to a retired serviceman in a small Wisconsin town. After being convinced to run for mayor… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: The Lovebirds (Netflix)

The year is 2020, and there is a global pandemic in play……..oh wait, that is reality. The Lovebirds, starring Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) and Issa Rae (HBO’s Insecure), was originally scheduled for a theatrical release on April 24th, but… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: My Mom and the Girl

So I stumbled onto the short film, My Mom and the Girl, while visiting a podcast group I am a member of on Facebook. The film’s writer/producer/director, Susie Singer Carter, had posted a link to her ALZ related podcast in… Continue Reading →

Abbreviated Reviews: Disney’s The Lion King – A Blu-ray review

After seeing The Lion King in theaters, I was hesitant to watch it again in the comfort of my home. I had some very strong feelings about the movie from its theatrical release, and I was certain those feelings would… 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 →

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