Category: Reviews

Review: Avengers Endgame Everything You Ever Wanted

Review: Avengers Endgame Everything You Ever Wanted

By Daniel R. Durrett @ FilmDitz ~Spoiler Free Review~ After Twenty-one feature films it all comes down to the Endgame. Avenger’s fans will get a masterful reprieve from their Infinity War depression in the purposeful and poetic character piece that is Endgame. Not enough can be said about the historic feat accomplished by Kevin Feige, Jon Favreau, and the Marvel […]

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Dumbo ~ Directed by Tim Burton

Review: Nostalgia is the Reason for Your Tears

By Alyson Powers @ReelNewz Bring tissues. If you remember the original Dumbo at all..!…. This one fulfills a heartfelt attempt to embrace nostalgia through live-action and relatable drama. In 1941, only the fourth production out of the Disney universe, Dumbo was released in all color and effervescent effects as was the Disney style at the time.  It released only days […]

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Review: Oscars, Why So Serious?

Review: Oscars, Why So Serious?

Review: Oscars, Why So Serious? By Daniel R. Durrett @FilmDitz Now that film fans all have red carpet rug burn we turn our bloodshot eyes past the flashes of cameras to the granddaddy of the industry “Oscar”. The Golden Globes, Grammys and Screen Actors Guild awards brought their own surprises and accolades. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences […]

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Review: Proof That Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend

Review: Proof That Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend

By Daniel R. Durrett ~ @FilmDitz This past year, with all that has occurred, Hollywood has been forced to make a valiant effort for pushing forward equal footing and level a respectful field that is most appropriate for Woman’s rights, power and new found respect. Fans of the Heist genre receive arguably one of the best to date from a […]

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Review: The Cultural Impact of Black Panther

Review: The Cultural Impact of Black Panther

@FilmDitz The success of “Black Panther” is an important cultural watermark for African-American heritage. Prior to the film’s release date, the significant press was attributed to the predominant number of the film’s black cast members, the film’s black director Ryan Coogler, and the film’s setting, a technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda. But, why all the fuss, what makes this […]

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