Reviews

Baby Driver – Review

With just six films under his belt, Edgar Wright is already one of the most sought after and prolific directors of the new millennium. The Cornetto Trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and At World’s End) is utterly superb and was able to bring a fresh class of dark comedy to American audiences. The […]

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The Fiasco That is ‘Han Solo’ and It’s Director(s)

Two days ago, The Hollywood Reporter released a statement from Disney saying that they will be splitting with directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller who have been in principle photography with the Han Solo Star Wars spinoff since February. Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm identified, “Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are talented filmmakers who have […]

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Transformers: The Last Knight – Review

Despite being the laughing stock of Hollywood and seen as everything that’s wrong with the modern blockbuster, Michael Bay is an amazing director that is more than capable of manufacturing incredible visualizations on the screen. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was an intense war flick that achieved everything it wished too. Pain & Gain was a gritty […]

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It Comes at Night – Review

It Comes at Night is the newest addition in the independent horror boom of the last five years that has brought us such critical darlings as The Babbadook, It Follows, The Witch, Don’t Breathe, Green Room, and the 2016 phenomenon of Get Out. This is some aspiring company to be a part of and after the trailer dropped, […]

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Top Ten Remakes of the New Millennium

Tom Cruise’s The Mummy, (read our full review here) not is only the freshman film in Universal’s new “Dark Universe”, but also a remake of Brendan Fraser’s 1999 film The Mummy, which was a remake of Universal’s Boris Karloff starring 1932 The Mummy which came at the height of the studio’s Monster craze. As new readers will soon learn, Cinema 35 LOVES […]

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The Mummy – Review

It’s seems as though a summer blockbuster can’t be released without being part of a universe. We have the MCU, the DCEU, the Monsterverse, and now we have the “Dark Universe.” The Dark Universe is Universal’s (we’re aware of how many times we just said the word universe) newest cinematic thread that will see all […]

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