Review – The Whale (2022)

by Kevin Muller

Brendan Fraser may not be a household name now, but back in the 90s he was one of the most popular actors. He came on to the scene as Link, in the 1993’s Encino Man, where he played a thawed-out caveman that was thrown into that era. Additionally, he turned up in the action-adventure film The Mummy, where he showed he could both hit the comedic elements of the character while also projecting the necessary bravado reserved for those roles. It seemed that he was heading towards the top, but after a few setbacks, involving his career and personal life, he started only showing up here and there in few movies. Now, acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky has given Fraser the keys back to stardom with the lead in his new film The Whale. After all these years, does Fraser still have it?

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Fear Street – Part 3 (1666) Netflix Review

Those wild witch hunters return with pitchforks and torches to review the final entry in the Fear Street Trilogy, titled ‘1666’. All three films are now available to stream only on Netflix.

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“After a series of brutal slayings, a teen and her friends take on an evil force that’s plagued their notorious town for centuries. Welcome to Shadyside.”

Fear Street – Part 2 (1978) Netflix Review

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Camp Counselors Logan and Henry are back for a wild summer at Camp Nightwing. When the bloodshed begins and the bodies start piling up, will they survive? Find out in our review of Fear Street: Part 2 1978. We’ll be back to review the final installment that premiered today on Netflix.

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“After a series of brutal slayings, a teen and her friends take on an evil force that’s plagued their notorious town for centuries. Welcome to Shadyside.”