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    Collected Quotes For The Month of January 2019

    In this post are collected quotes from TV, Movies, Video Games and more which were collected during January 2019.

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    A Star Is Born (2018) – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    A Star Is Born starts strong and burns bright but, by the end, you’ll be burnt out as it sludges its way to the finish.

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    Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    It’s easy to forget that despite Marvel being known for its comic blockbusters, they can surprisingly bring you to tears. Just as Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 will do for you.

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    Guardians of the Galaxy – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview When it comes to Marvel, rarely is anything overhyped and with Guardians of the Galaxy, they present a new franchise for movie fans to commit to. Review (with Spoilers) Truly, the testament of what makes Marvel films good is that they combine summer blockbuster action, the type of comedy you would expect to come from professional comedians and the type of moving performances that usually are held until winter’s Oscar season. And with Guardians of the Galaxy, things are no different. For it truly shows why DC comic book adaptations, despite having the big names of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, have always found themselves following Marvel’s lead. To learn why this film continues to keep Marvel on a high pedestal: read below.

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    Joy – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview David O’Russell gathers his team again for another film with his star Jennifer Lawrence at the helm. A role she takes on quite well and perhaps shows that as iconic as she is slowly becoming with her antics off the set, perhaps she isn’t like her contemporaries and the big stars of yore. As for what I mean by that, look below.

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    War Dogs – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    When you’re in your 20s and the reality of adulthood hits hard, easy money is tempting. But rather than racking up the number of credit cards David has, he instead gets into arms dealing with a friend he hasn’t seen in over a decade.

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    America Sniper – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview A film in which we see how far patriotism, and military culture, can take one man seemingly willing to risk it all at the cost of quite a few lives. Trigger Warning(s): Shooting of Children, 9/11 Imagery, and Dismembered Bodies Review (with Spoilers) – Below

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    American Hustle – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview A con is played featuring politicians, mobsters, the FBI and two people with a complicated relationship. Review (with Spoilers) After Silver Linings Playbook, it is hard to not be curious about David O. Russell’s new production featuring the stars of his last movie. Mind you, Jennifer Lawrence is in a smaller role, and Robert De Niro has been reduced to being in one sole scene, but with Christian Bale picking up the slack and Amy Adams replacing Lawrence as female lead, you are given quite the combination which may not be as comical or crazy as fellow con-man focused movie The Wolf of Wall Street, but while Wolf relied on debauchery, style, and outright sensationalism, Hustle has sustenance and takes it times, scatters jokes throughout and is more about the story than having you watch one crazy thing happen after the next.

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    Aloha – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Aloha tries present a complex story dealing with new love, and one which was abandoned; Hawaii’s culture; and a chance at redemption which may leave a person’s morality in flux. All of which isn’t honestly handled the best way, but it does end with giving you a few nice fuzzy feelings. Review (with Spoilers) – Below

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