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The holiday season is upon us, and it is the time of year to bake cookies, be with family, and in my case, watch a bunch of Christmas movies. I always go through all the Christmas classics—Home Alone, Elf, Die Hard, It’s a Wonderful Life, and, believe it or not, Iron Man 3.
This is the way. Every episode of season 2 of The Mandalorian is now streaming on Disney+. I loved season 1 of the show, and I think many of us were very excited to see what season 2 would have to offer. So I am now going to give a brief review of each episode with MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.
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Film critics tend to have very complex opinions on the movies they watch. In my case, I can sum up my thoughts on this film in two words: TOO SOON.
David Fincher is one of the most celebrated directors in recent history, with a career that has been going strong since the 1990s. After working on the sets of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, he was able to make a name for himself as the director of many iconic films.
Luke Greenfield directs Half Brothers, a buddy road trip comedy-drama about Renato (Luis Gerardo Méndez), a Mexican man who is forced to go on a cross-country scavenger hunt at the request of his dying father with an American brother, Asher (Connor Del Rio), that he never knew existed.
Of all the films to skip movie theaters and go straight to a streaming service, this may be the one that hurts the most. From director Aneesh Chaganty comes Run, a mystery horror-thriller about a teenage girl named Chloe Sherman (Kiera Allen) who suffers from many illnesses and gets around in a wheelchair. She soon suspects that her mother, Diane (Sarah Paulson), has been keeping a secret from her and her investigation leads her down an incredibly disturbing rabbit hole.
Nobody can deny that Jackie Chan was one of the most talented action heroes of his time, having risen to stardom with films such as Drunken Master and Project A. And he’s back! Well, sort of. Almost.