Carson Graff

Review: The Batman (Carson’s View)

A new Batman. One might ask how could there possibly be a new Batman that is different than the ones we have already seen. We have seen him dark and gloomy. We have seen him grounded in reality. We have seen him fight men who can fly. Unfortunately, we have also seen him neon and…

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Review: Candyman (Carson’s View)

The original Candyman haunted me as a kid.  I made it a point to not walk past a mirror after dark.  Tony Todd brought a daunting presence and sinister voice to the role that is virtually unmatched in the horror genre.  I was excited to see a new direction of Candyman, but there seemed to…

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Review: Antebellum (Carson’s View)

Antebellum is the next victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.  With Lionsgate opting for a digital rather than their planned full theatrical release, Antebellum is going to try to take advantage of the new platform and lack of any solid new competition.  On a budget of less than $15 million, it seems likes a sound strategy….

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Review: Ready or Not (Carson’s View)

Ready or Not puts a unique spin on the “People Hunting People” genre

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Review: Good Boys (Carson’s View)

The people who will enjoy Good Boys the most are the ones who shouldn’t be allowed to see it in the first place

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Review: Hobbs & Shaw (Carson’s View)

Before you spend your hard earned money or valuable time watching Hobbs & Shaw, please do yourself a favor and watch the trailer.  That way you know exactly what you are getting into.  And if you feel like you need some non-stop, over-the-top ridiculousness in your life, then absolutely go get yourself a ticket. Hobbs…

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Review: The Lion King (2019) (Carson’s View)

The visual effects team truly outdid themselves with this one.

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Review: Anna (Carson’s View)

It is an absolute mess to follow with no redeeming qualities

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Review: Child’s Play (2019) (Carson’s View)

Child’s Play is a movie franchise about a 29 inch tall toy doll named Chucky who kills people.  Pretty straight forward premise. There have been seven Child’s Play movies proceeding this reboot.  Unlike many of the slasher horror movies, Chucky desperately needed to press the reset button.  It was a reboot that was needed, not…

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Review: Toy Story 4 (Carson’s View)

Toy Story 4 brings us back to the secret life of toys for the last time. Woody, Buzz, and the gang are the latest in a long line of friends that we are forced to say goodbye to in 2019.  We have already lost certain Avengers, Westeros’ finest, Singer’s X-Men (thankfully), and later this year…

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