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Walt Disney Studio Presentation | CinemaCon 2018 Coverage

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I Feel Pretty Movie Review

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Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare is a Boring, Lazy Game

Truth or dare?

Truth? Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare is an awful, lazy horror film.

Lucy Hale in Blumhouse's Truth or Dare

Lucy Hale in Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare

Dare? I dare you to find a redeeming quality in the film because I sure couldn’t.

Jason Blum, the movie’s executive producer and founder of Blumhouse Productions, has been behind some of the most successful horror films in the last decade. Insidious, Split, Paranormal Activity, and Get Out come to mind.

However, Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare doesn’t deserve to be anywhere near those titles. It doesn’t push the boundaries of horror nor offer a memorable story. Hell, it barely produces an original thought, let alone an original story.

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Rampage (2018) Movie Review

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Blockers Blocks Itself From Being a Better Movie

After finding out her dad (John Cena) has been chasing her around the entire night to stop her from losing her virginity, Kayla (Geraldine Viswanathan) asks, “Why is sex even bad?”

John Cena, Leslie Mann, and Ike Barinholtz in Blockers

John Cena, Leslie Mann, and Ike Barinholtz in Blockers

This is where the film, Blockers, puts a spotlight on the idea that sex isn’t bad, but society has created a double standard when it comes to sex. When men lose their virginity, it’s an achievement. But, when women lose it, it’s a loss of innocence. The problem with this message is that we all know this, all too well. In fact, two characters lay it out before our adventure begins, yet the parents are too stubborn to listen.

Blockers is a raunchy comedy that revolves around three teenage girls who have made a pact to have sex on prom night. However, once their parents find out, these adults proceed to hunt them down to make sure their daughters keep their virginity and innocence.

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A Quiet Place Movie Review

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Isle of Dogs Movie Review

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Ready Player One is Entertaining, But Not Eternal

Just months after the theatrical release of The Post, Steven Spielberg has another film opening in theaters—Ready Player One.

Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke in Ready Player One

Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke in Ready Player One

The film is an adaptation of the 2011 science-fiction novel by Ernest Cline. However, movie studios were well aware of this novel’s appeal. So much so, that Warner Bros. acquired the rights to the novel a year before it was published.

Ready Player One takes place in 2045, where the world is so desolate most of humanity uses a virtual-reality software known as OASIS, to escape it. This includes Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan), a teenager who lives in the slums of Ohio, who one day hopes to capture a legendary Easter egg.

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