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    ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a solid flick but an un-impactful addition to the franchise

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a solid flick but an un-impactful addition to the franchise

“Ant-Man” was one of those sleeper hits Marvel released just before they started hitting their full stride with its coveted Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie had its flaws, but it attempted what every marvel movie has now been known for since its 2015 release: it meshed funny, action and the

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    Drake’s new album ‘Scorpion’ effectively stings

Drake’s new album ‘Scorpion’ effectively stings

It seems that Drake has been on the mind of anyone who knows even a little bit about pop culture the last few months. His feud with Pusha T and the subsequent rumors about him having a child left both his longtime fans and those that just like gossip awaiting

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    ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is the kind of sequel the original deserves

‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is the kind of sequel the original deserves

“Sicario: Day of the Soldado” is a curious beast. It’s a follow-up to one of the most deceptively thoughtful and gruesome takes on the U.S. government’s uneasy relationship with the Mexican government and its cartels. Director Denis Villeneuve’s work on the 2015 original was a rare piece of work — a

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    New Music Mondays: Kinsley August

New Music Mondays: Kinsley August

This week’s New Music Monday comes as a two-for-one preview of tracks that are almost as sweet as the summer sun. North Texas-based singer-songwriter Kinsley August is set to release his latest EP titled “Dos Mas Durban” on Saturday, featuring “Her Nature” on Side A and “Natural Magical Crystal” on

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    ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ is the messiest, most ludicrous in the franchise yet

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ is the messiest, most ludicrous in the franchise yet

Lots of clever shots. That’s the biggest compliment I can give “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Director J. A. Bayona’s follow up to 2015’s “Jurassic World” is quite the impressive visual spectacle, but the film lacks the basic logic to its characters’ decisions, nuance to the activist-tropey story or any semblance

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    ‘Incredibles 2’ is a sequel well worth the long wait

‘Incredibles 2’ is a sequel well worth the long wait

“I’ve got to succeed, so she can succeed, so WE can succeed!” Fourteen years ago, Disney Pixar crafted one of its finest films to date with “Incredibles,” a family of superheroes who try to navigate their lives as heroes all the while struggling to figure out how to be a

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    New music Mondays: Ty Segall and White Fence

New music Mondays: Ty Segall and White Fence

Though it has been six years since we were last graced with their partnership, we can finally find Joy in the return of psychedelic rock collaborators Ty Segall and White Fence (Tim Presley). For now, all we have is the first taste of their second joint album (“Joy” is out

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    ‘TAG:’ A clever, boring summer comedy about some buddies just trying to stay close

‘TAG:’ A clever, boring summer comedy about some buddies just trying to stay close

In an industry where experimenting with new ideas doesn’t usually pay off, every once in a while we get a clever, if a bit boring, film about friends doing their best to stay in touch through the childhood game of tag. It’s with great pleasure then that director Jeff Tomsic

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    ‘Hereditary’ is a shocking display of pure horror

‘Hereditary’ is a shocking display of pure horror

“Every family tree hides a secret.” “Hereditary” follows a grieving family whose dark secrets begin to unravel their world after the death of their grandmother. This movie uses its dollhouse-like set up to bring viewers into a world of shocking horror, while also presenting a deep look into how a family

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    “Action Point” is dumb, and it’s just what we need

“Action Point” is dumb, and it’s just what we need

Freakishly funny. That’s probably the best way to describe stunt man and concussion enthusiast Johnny Knoxville’s newest movie, “Action Point.” It’s a straight forward movie with a weak plot to service the iconic groin punches and the occasional stunt that inevitably sends one of the crew to the hospital, but

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