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The Da Vinci Code

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4/5} “People rarely notice things right in front of their eyes, don’t you find?” The Da Vinci Code, released in 2006 Robert Langdon is a symbologist giving a lecture in Paris. He’s called to the Louvre where a murder has taken place. The man who was murdered left a cryptic message in his own blood […]

Star Trek: New Visions

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4/5} “The freedom to be who we are. To express our humanity, each in our own unique way! This is what our Federation of Planets believes.” Star Trek: New Visions (8 volumes), written & photomontaged by John Byrne, published in 2013-19 When the Enterprise receives a signal from Delta Vega, Captain Kirk knows that his […]

Prospect

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{4/5} “You know, eventually you’re going to have to trust me.” Prospect, released in 2018 Damon and his teenage daughter Cee have been in space for years. When their ship experiences trouble and they land unexpectedly, Damon locates a gem that other prospectors have carelessly left behind. Cee thinks they should cash in and leave […]

Bad Times at the El Royale

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{4/5} “The Lord wants you to tell me where the film is.” Bad Times at the El Royale, released in 2018 A man hides something underneath the floorboards of a hotel room, and is then shot. Ten years later a vacuum salesman, a priest, a hooker, and a hippie arrive at the hotel. None of […]

Ralph Breaks the Internet

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{4/5} “Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big strong man showed up?” Ralph Breaks the Internet, released in 2018 Vanellope has been a racer every day of her life. When her game gets unplugged she doesn’t know what she’s going to do. Her friend Ralph thinks it’s great — she can […]

Smallfoot

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{4/5} “A life that’s full of wonder is a wonderful life.” Smallfoot, released in 2018 The yeti live happily on top of the mountain. Until Migo runs into a smallfoot. He tells everyone in the village but the Stonekeeper banishes him because according to the stones the smallfoot don’t exist. Migo then runs into a […]

Star Trek: Enterprise — Last Full Measure

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{4/5} “Even as he grinned in triumph at having broken through at least some of the barriers that lay between him and Chang, shadowy thoughts began creeping into the back of Mayweather’s mind. Once again, he couldn’t help but wonder whether Sub-Commander T-Pol would really consider the coming mission to be ‘appropriate, prudent, and logical.’” […]

Okja

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{4/5} “I admire your conviction, Silver, but your pallid complexion concerns me.” Okja, released in 2017 Mija and her superpig Okja have been inseparable for the last 10 years. Now Mirando, the company that genetically engineered superpigs, is taking Okja back. The whole point of superpigs, according to Mirando, is for them to be food […]

Next Gen

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{4/5} “What a team we make. A broken robot and a broken little girl.” Next Gen, released in 2018 Mai is a teenager who is always angry. Her mom pays more attention to her robot than to her, and her dad is gone. She comes across a robot that’s different than others — it seems […]

Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium

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{4/5} “We’ve got a nervous slinky.” Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, released in 2007 Mr. Magorium has lived for over 200 years and it’s time for him to go. He’s leaving his magic toy store to his store manager, Mahoney. But Mahoney wants to be a musician. To get things in order for the transfer, Mr. […]