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G Money’s Movie Review: Star Trek Beyond

The legacy of Star Trek celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Gene Roddenberry crafted a universe that brought out the best in humanity. The Enterprise and its crew have been boldly going where no man has gone before and shows no signs of coming out of warp speed. This year, the third film in the newly rebooted Trek series has …

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Movie Review: Lights Out

Every once in a while, I find myself drawn in by short horror films that pop up on YouTube. Most of them are last only minutes, are quite terrible, climax in some cheap jump scare and vanish from the mind immediately. Others, like Andres Muschietti’s 2008 “Mama” (which later inspired an inferior movie spin-off) are effectively scary and utilize their …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Ghostbusters

The 1980’s marked a time of real innovative and original films that stand the test of time. One of these classics include the 1984 comedy horror hybrid, Ghostbusters. An idea concocted by the mind of Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis that has captured the imagination of young and old alike. In 1989, Ghostbusters II, while not considered a classic like …

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G Money’s Movie Review: The Conjuring 2

The fascination with the paranormal has been around for decades. The last few years, we’ve seen a spike in its popularity with tv shows that flood the airwaves and movies that fill theatres. James Wan’s “The Conjuring” series is but one of many films about hauntings. Mr. Wan’s movie series separates itself by focusing on the true life story of …

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G Money’s Movie Review: The Shallows

Movies about the terror of shark attacks are frightening and gut wrenching. The feeling of helplessness and being dragged down into the dark abyss by the gaping maw of a razor teeth beast as the light of day fades and your last breath leaves your body is a nightmarish vision. The movie “Jaws”, to this day, has no equal when …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Independence Day: Resurgence

In 1996 a film that helped lead to a resurgence of large scale alien invasion films moving forward in Hollywood was released. Independence Day wowed critics and audiences with its spectacular special effects and patriotic themes and became the highest grossing movie of 1996. 20 years later, a sequel to that film has finally hit the cinema. Independence Day: Resurgence …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

In the early 80’s, a couple of comic book creators, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird developed four characters that would capture the imagination of millions worldwide. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have gone through many iterations over the years, but the love for these “Heroes in a Half-shell” has never wavered. In 2014, TMNT was rebooted to big financial success …

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G Money’s Movie Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

At the turn of the new century, the film X-Men changed the landscape of what comic book movies could be moving forward. X-Men has been a successful franchise for Fox. As of late, this series has been waning in popularity due to the behemoth that is Disney’s Marvel cinematic universe. Now with the eighth movie in the X-Men franchise (nine …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Money Monster

Jodie Foster, the director of Money Monster, is a very talented actress and director. Money Monster marks her first feature film as a director in 5 years. She has assembled an impressive cast lead by George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Money Monster has also been given the coveted release window of Summer. The question now becomes, can Jodie Foster deliver …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Captain America: Civil War

Eight years ago, the movie Iron Man began a series that would change the landscape of comic book films. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has given every other comic book adaptation something to strive for. Captain America: Civil War, begins Marvel’s third phase of spectacular comic book entertainment. These movies have not lost steam and neither has the audience. Can Civil …

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