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Quick Review: “The Boss Baby” by Brian Wallinger

Directed by Tom McGrath and featuring the voice talents of Alec Baldwin and Miles Christoper Bakshi, this animated release offers a unique and original take on the question that, inevitably, every six year-old asks, “Where do babies come from?”  Baldwin’s

Morgan

Creation.  We have striven since the beginning of time to grow beyond ‘Adam and Eve’.  Science has allowed us to make great breakthroughs to help us extend and even enhance our lives.  Sometimes, things go too far and we must

“Tomorrowland”

“Tomorrowland” tries to convey a sense of openness, but the third act robs the film of a chance to mesh its special effects with the characters, derailing the story. It has a solid premise and I believe that the story

“Mr. Holmes”

When one thinks of the gentleman, Sherlock Holmes, one is inclined to think of reams of fiction written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  Whilst others may be inclined to think of Robert Downey, Jr’s comedic turn as the character.  Those

“Self/Less”

My uncle, Roger, who is sadly no longer with us, once told me that if a movie is over advertised, the studio is concerned that it won’t play well.  Today, test audiences, big data, and social media, are primary indicators

“Jurassic World”

“Every time we unveiled a new attraction, attendance has spiked.” Twenty-two years ago, Steven Spielberg graced the silver screens the world over with an awe-inspired film. One that would use well-articulated characters to tell an amazing story supported with state-of-the-art

“Terminator: Genisys”

First and foremost, I’ve missed most of the previous iterations of the Terminator franchise. After James Cameron’s groundbreaking efforts in 1984 and again in 1991, it was difficult for me to latch on to a ‘franchise’. When I heard about