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Eminem Fights to Remain Relevant on “Kamikaze”

Rap Icon Eminem rocked the hip-hop community on August 31 when he dropped "Kamikaze," a surprise album that served to address his previous release and those who spoke out against it. Ever since the release of "Recovery" in 2010, Eminem’s music has been decidedly less aggressive and hardcore and more pop-influenced than in his early years. This was taken a step further about nine
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“The Predator” Misses Its Shot

After a string of bad sequels, Director Shane Black seemed like a saving grace for the "Predator" series - the perfect choice with his particular style of comedy and having portrayed Hawkins in the original film. Sadly, Black's entry into the franchise doesn't quite live up to the original, and only barely manages to surpass the previous sequels. Thinly written characters, unimportant plot elements
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Ocean’s 8 Own Bling Brings Female Crime Gang A Shiny Success

Even after a couple of years after the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters, audiences still seem to find an all-female adaptation, reboot or spinoff of Hollywood classics difficult to like. Clooney’s famous crime gang installment returns to the big screen with a whole new image for big money heists with an all-female cast. Ocean's 8 shows the bloodline of the legendary conman put into action
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“The Nun” Adds Little to “The Conjuring” Universe

"The Conjuring" universe has been a staple of the horror community since its creation in 2013, with its writers slowly expanding upon the different evils that real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren had to face. On Friday, September 7, a new addition to the series called The Nun was released. The film is meant to elaborate on the origin story of the demon,
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NBC’s “Making It” is a Show You WOOD’nt Want to Miss.

Are you someone who loves crafting things you find on Etsy?  Are you someone who loves the idea of crafting and making things, but has no idea what they're doing? Are you somewhere in between? Well I have the show for you, "Making It!" "Making It" is a new reality competition with hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman (former co-stars on the hit comedy
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Taking Flight With “Solo: A Star Wars Story”

Just five months after the latest installment in the Star Wars sequel series, Solo: A Star Wars Story is the latest standalone Star Wars film. And despite the distinct lack of resemblance between young Han’s relative unknown actor Alden Ehrenreich and Harrison Ford, the movie is actually a decent watch. Though it presents nothing extraordinary, Solo does provide a mildly entertaining addition to the
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“Ready Player One” Plays to Its Strengths

From the best-selling novel of the same name, Ready Player One is a decent example of how to mix pop-culture references and futuristic technologies in an interesting, albeit uneven, film. Steven Spielberg does his best to create an absorbing homage to the past in what could have been an overstuffed nostalgia reference. Taking place in the year 2045, Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) lives in