Gina Rodriguez

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    Scoob! (2020) – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

    It’s unfortunate “Scoob!” couldn’t be seen in theaters, for it might be one of the first Scooby-Doo movies in a while which deserved a theatrical release.

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  • Movies Someone Great (2019) - Title Card

    Someone Great (2019) – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

    One of two things comes from Someone Great: Wanting to call your best friends and say you love them, or wishing you have best friends you could call.

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  • Mixed (Divisive) Miss Bala (2019) - Title Card

    Miss Bala (2019) – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Between Miss Bala being curbed to PG-13, and lacking shades of grey, while entertaining, it isn’t necessarily a must see.

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  • Movies The title card for the movie Annihilation.

    Annihilation – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Annihilation shows why the sci-fi genre is usually combined with the thriller or comedy genre, and not with artsy indie drama. Community Rating: 49.6% (2)

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  • Collected Quotes: The Hollywood Reporter Roundtable

    Best of It’s interesting in our culture […] our parents are already concerned about us being hurt or irreparably scathed in some way by life so they teach us how to manage and deal with failure, but no one teaches you how to manage and deal with success. – Keegan-Michael Key It’s easy to keep the mask on when you go out into the world. I’m at work and I’m playing this character, […] now maybe I’m off set, and I’m in my feelings, and somebody comes up to me and says ‘How you doing?’ and I pull up, I’m prepped, because this is what we do, we wear that mask so well. But to really say this is the truth of who I am, ‘Girl pray for me, I’m going through it.’ I’m not there. But a lot of the time when we wear the mask for a living,…

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  • Sticky Notes – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Rose Leslie is kind of an odd actress. In television shows, she can possess these varied characters you latch onto and who you get pissed, and maybe cry over when they leave. Yet her movie career, thus far, she hasn’t been able to find those type of characters who remind you why you watch production after production, as long as her name is attached. This one is no different. Community Rating: 59.96% (8)

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