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Raul Navedo

58 Posts
The Suicide Squad Review | The James Gunniest Film!

The Suicide Squad Review | The James Gunniest Film!

The Suicide Squad is undoubtedly DC Studio’s best and brightest entry into their cinematic universe. An absolutely insane experience that pushes the envelope, unsettling even those who find gruesome violence entertaining, which is exactly why it, unfortunately, ends up falling a bit short for my liking. Joel Kinnaman, John Cena, Margot Robbie, Peter Capaldi, & Idris Elba in The Suicide Squad Task Force X, composed of some of the most dangerous individuals the world over, is incentivized to go to the island nation of Corto Maltese to prevent a powerful weapon known only as Project Starfish from being used against…
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The Lord of the Rings Amazon Series Release Date

The Lord of the Rings Amazon Series Release Date

It's been confirmed for quite some time now that Amazon Studios had purchased the rights to the epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings and was working on TV series based on the material surrounding the Tolkien masterpiece. Little has been heard since then until now! The Lord of the Rings (2022) Series Wrap The highly anticipated, yet-to-be titled Amazon Original The Lord of the Rings television series will premiere Friday, September 2, 2022 on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide, with new episodes available weekly. Filming of Season One completed today in New Zealand.The new epic drama…
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The Lost Leonardo Review | Tribeca 2021

The Lost Leonardo Review | Tribeca 2021

The Lost Leonardo is quite a surprising gem. A documentary, yes, but a mystery that keeps you engaged and unsure until the very end. This is more than an art documentary, it’s a study of value and, more specifically, of the very real and monetary value that belief has the power to impart on anything. The Lost Leonardo This narrative revolves around the mystery that surrounds the Salvator Mundi, the first Leonardo da Vinci painting to be discovered in over a century. How it was found, how it perplexed, amazed, & frustrated the art community worldwide, and how it has…
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Black Widow Review | A Promising Start To Phase 4

Black Widow Review | A Promising Start To Phase 4

Black Widow is a pleasant surprise! An action packed gem full of female badassery, surprisingly dark themes, and delightful humor all wrapped up in one big family drama. A promising start to the film side of phase 4. And here I was standing on my soap box these last two years saying this film shouldn’t exist because it makes light of the stakes Marvel tries so desperately to raise though they lack the commitment to stick to any major decision. I can admit I was wrong. Not about the stakes thing, definitely right about that. About its existence because this…
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In the Heights Review | The Movie of the Year!

In the Heights Review | The Movie of the Year!

“Paciencia y Fé” is the only thing that kept me from loosing it while waiting for In the Heights. Patience during the global melt-down that paralyzed the theatrical industry forcing studios to push films, often aggressively. Faith that the wait would be well worth it. At the least, films are designed to delight and entertain. Everyone can think of many films they love that have achieved that goal but everyone also has those couple of films that rocked them to their core and filled them with wonder and emotion few other films could. In the Heights is one such film…
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The Nevers Review | Don’t Let Whedon Ruin It for the Rest of Us!

The Nevers Review | Don’t Let Whedon Ruin It for the Rest of Us!

Remember growing up, playing games with other kids and having a great time before that one kid would do something awful causing a parent to come out and say “You just ruined it for everyone”… Way to go, Chad! Thanks for ruining it for the rest of us. Well, Joss is that kid. Except he’s a grown man and the excuses have run out. Now his actions are threatening to ruin the fun and hard work so many people put into The Nevers. I hope we don’t let it happen because the show is delightfully entertaining! A proper superhero show…
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Mau Review | SXSW2021

Mau Review | SXSW2021

Mau is an inspiring look at one of the most influential and forward thinking designers you’ve, likely, never heard of. An unsung hero in many circles that challenges the status quo and pushes for a better way of life for us individually as well as for the world as a whole. Meet Bruce Mau. He is the mind behind the branding of dozens of the worlds leading companies as well as a movement that he hopes will reshape how we treat our world as well as ourselves. A graphic designer, a trend setter, and an innovator. Few times in my…
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WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn Review | SXSW2021

WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn Review | SXSW2021

WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn is a fascinating and frustrating exploration of greed, arrogance, and abuse of power. The story of WeWork is the story of Adam Neumann. A fast talking, passionate con artist that managed to build one of the biggest corporate flameouts and venture capitalist investments in recent year, and managed to crash it all in the blink of an eye. Adam had more than charisma. He had a disarming hippie-messianic approach that came across as loving and optimistic and disguised his delusions of grandeur as a desire for community. For those…
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Language Lessons Review | SXSW2021

Language Lessons Review | SXSW2021

Clever and emotional, Language Lessons finds a way to make the video-chat-narrative work with a thoughtful, funny, and relatable story that feels natural rather than forced. Never did I feel like I was watching a gimmick but instead like I was watching something private and special. Language Lessons Cariño, a teacher living in Costa Rica, is hired to give Adam, a well to-do man in California, a refresher on Spanish, a language he spoke as a child but has since fallen out of practice with it. Over the course of their sessions these two strangers will go through some of…
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Raya and the Last Dragon Review | Great Potential, Lousy Tropes

Raya and the Last Dragon Review | Great Potential, Lousy Tropes

Raya and the Last Dragon is the beautifully animated latest addition to the Walt Disney Animation Studios collection! An inspiring narrative tackling themes of teamwork, trust, and the power of people coming together to tackle a common threat. However, the film suffers from the same trope so many Disney films suffer from. Absurd, yet, adorable characters that serve to draw cheap laughs from its audiences and, ultimately, sell merchandise. Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon Raya is the princess of Heart, one of the tribes that make up the fractured lands of what was once the kingdom of Kumandra. She…
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