Invasion – Episode 1 – 3 : Apple TV+ Review

Invasion Season 1 Premiere Review: "Love of My Life," "The Probe," and "Good Morning, Teacher!" - IGN

Kevin Muller reviews the first 3 episodes of the new Apple TV+ series Invasion created by Simon Kinberg and David Weil. New episodes air every Friday on the streaming service. 👽🛸

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“Earth is visited by an alien species that threatens humanity’s existence. Events unfold in real time through the eyes of five ordinary people across the globe as they struggle to make sense of the chaos unraveling around them.”

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Review – Halloween Kills (2021)

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by Kevin Muller

The true terror of a good antagonist goes beyond the countless and gruesome ways that they murder their victims. True evil seeps into the society where it exists and affects negative change. This is one of the many reasons why The Dark Knight succeeds as a film, especially using the Joker to push this very idea. In Halloween Kills, director David Gordon Green applies this idea to this famous franchise. Does he succeed?

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Review – Scenes From A Marriage (2021)

HBO Max's September 2021 Lineup: 'Cry Macho,' 'Scenes from a Marriage'

Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac team up once again in the new HBO limited series Scenes from A Marriage. Kevin Muller and Armando Vanegas review the new series that’s currently streaming on HBO Max and Apple TV.

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“Television drama miniseries which re-examines the original’s iconic depiction of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American couple, played by Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain.”

Review – He’s All That (2021)

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Kevin Muller and Nile Fortner review the TikTok teen-inspired He’s All That which is an updated remake of the 1999 film She’s All That. Does Netflix’s original film hold up to its 22 year old predecessor ? Find out the in the full movie review below and make sure to follow our channel and social media pages.

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“A teenage girl sets out to give a nebbish classmate the ultimate high school makeover. An updated remake of the 1999 film, ‘She’s All That’.”

Review – Dating & New York (2021)

by Kevin Muller

With the pandemic ending, more and more people are starting to rejoin society, and many cities are ready to welcome back their citizens. New York has always been a place popular in both film and the real world. Even the most basic film fan can name one iconic scene from a favorite film that takes place in the Big Apple. Hardcore cinephiles can even name directors that center their stories in the city that never sleeps. Recently, Lin-Manuel Miranda put the spotlight on the Upper East side with Official. In the new film Dating and New York, we are once again presented with a love story between two 20 somethings that unfolds in the unforgettable city.

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Review – 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room (2021)

by Kevin Muller

It is hard to believe that it’s been twenty years since 9/11. Everyone has their personal story about where they were and how it affected them. Over the last two decades the world has been changed by that event. The influence of that day runs through every faucet of American life. Countless books, think pieces, films, tv shows, and criticisms have been made about that sunny September day. There have also been countless documentaries about the impact of that infamous day. Does this one stand out?

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 115 (Lockdown with the Phellas)

Like Benifer, after a while a part we’re all back together for Episode 115 of the Cinephellas Podcast. On this edition, your favorite ‘Phellas of film return to discuss all kinds of topics about movies, television shows, and a variety of pop culture topics such as…

• Netflix’s Army of the Dead, Spiral, The Mitchells vs The Machines, and Jupiter’s Legacy

• Annoying Movie Clichés or Trends We Don’t Like

• If Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson were in a Stephen King Movie

• Remembering Weird Movie Merchandise (Batman ’89 Cereal, Jar Jar Binks Lollipops, etc.)

And a Lot More….

What are some of your annoyed movie clichés and what role do you think could work for The Rock in a Stephen King movie? Let us know what’s up and what you’re thinking.

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Best & Worst Films of 2020

The 25 Best Films Of 2020

by Kevin Muller

The Worst Films of 2020

Movie review: “Wonder Woman 1984” still the best DC has to offer

10. Wonder Woman: 1984

My lifelong fans know that this number 10 spot, unlike the other nine, is reserved for a film that I didn’t necessarily hate, but just thought was a letdown. There are some good elements here, mainly Pedro Pascal playing what is probably the most charming villain ever. I understand what director Patty Jenkins was trying to do by making this a sort of an action/romantic comedy, but by trying that she failed what could’ve been a great follow up.  Kristen Wiig is given nothing to work with as Cheetah. It feels like a bad stereotypical 90’s comic book baddie, nerd glasses and all. For a project that cost over 200 million dollars, it feels like a bad Saturday morning cartoon.

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