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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Movie Review
Tonight the newest Tim Burton film Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children opens in theaters across America.
I have been waiting for this movie since the first book in the trilogy came out in 2011. I have read all the novels and think Ransom Riggs is an incredible author...
Ileana’s Movie Review: Zero Dark Thirty
Zero Dark Thirty
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke
Summary: In May of 2011, almost a decade after the events of September 11th, 2001, President Obama held a news conference where he announced to the world that Osama bin Laden was dead...
Ileana’s Movie Review: Skyfall
What I enjoyed the most about this film is that it rejuvenates the Bond franchise in a way that keeps it true to itself. Longtime fans, like me, will giggle with glee at the classic Bond references throughout the film.
Ileana’s Movie Review: The Bourne Legacy
This movie takes place during the same time frame as The Bourne Ultimatum. It shows how others are affected by the actions of Jason Bourne. While Jeremy Renner does a fine job with the character, the story leaves a lot of questions unanswered since it basically just sets up for another trilogy
Ileana’s Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises
This movie is absolutely phenomenal and it saddens me that for the rest of time it will be associated with the tragedy in Colorado. The midnight showing at Parkwood Cinema in Waite Park was a wonderful and joyous event. My heart goes out to the community of Aurora, CO, but I will not let one man&apo…
Ileana’s Movie Review: The Avengers
What do you get when you put together a super-soldier, a Norse god, a genius billionaire, two government assassins, and a brilliant scientist with an anger-management problem, all in the hands of Joss Whedon? You get one of the most entertaining comic-book movies ever made.
Ileana’s Movie Review: The Hunger Games
As far as adaptations go, The Hunger Games was done very well. I found myself getting pretty emotional as I saw Katniss on the big screen struggling to survive. The casting was done perfectly, with each actor embracing their role and making it their own.

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