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Phillip McSween




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Fantasy/Sci-Fi Writer. Sports Lover. Video Game Lover. HUGE movie lover. I’m talking all genres foreign, independent, and mainstream. Those two hours of escape from the realities of my (sometimes) crazy world are priceless. I love the messages invoked in film, both blatant and hidden. I can honestly say that my life has been enhanced by film.

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St. Vincent (2014) Movie Review

When a single mother moves into a new neighborhood and gets overwhelmed with her taxing job, she relies on her ...
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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Movie Review

When an artificial intelligence outthinks its creator and forms itself into dozens of destructive robots, Earth's mightiest heroes come together ...
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Sixteen Candles (1984) Movie Review

Samantha's (Molly Ringwald) family is busy, so busy in fact that they forgot her sixteenth birthday. Samantha has to cope ...
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Thank You For Smoking (2006) Movie Review

Thank You For Smoking centers around the life of Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhart), chief spokesman for Big Tobacco as he tries ...
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Ghostbusters (1984) Movie Review

A group of four armed with special proton packs come together to protect Manhattan from crazy supernatural forces that have ...
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Trading Places (1983) Movie Review

The Duke Brothers, kings of the stock exchange, wager a bet on whether or not a poor man with no ...
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The One (2001) Movie Review

What if the universe was not just one universe but a multitude of parallel universes? In each universe, you exist ...
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Ready Player One (2018) Movie Review

It's 2045 and most of the world's population has turned to the virtual world called OASIS which has become a ...
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Red Sparrow (2018) Movie Review

Red Sparrow is one of those films where I respectfully disagree with the overall opinion of the critics. It's not perfect ...
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Being There (1979) Movie Review

A gardener with no professional skills has to strike out on his own when the owner of his estate dies ...
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The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) Movie Review

The Good: It's got the word "Cloverfield" in the title? That's gotta count for something right. First two films? Solid ...
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Up (2009) Movie Review

Up is one of those films that sticks with you long after the credits are done rolling. It hits you on ...
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A Fistful of Dollars (1964) Movie Review

A Fistful of Dollars doesn't succeed because the film as a whole is perfect. Rather there are a number of memorable ...
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Toy Story (1995) Movie Review

Toy Story's magic amazingly manages to hold decades after its 1995 release. Woody (Tom Hanks), a toy cowboy, is used ...
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Point Break (1991) Movie Review

My buddy who recommended Point Break asked for my thoughts almost immediately after I watched it. In a word: Fun. No, it's ...
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