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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Official Trailer

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Official Trailer

It’s time to head back into the “Spider-Verse” as Sony Pictures releases official trailer for the upcoming animated sequel Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. View trailer below.

After reuniting with Gwen Stacy, Brooklyn’s full-time, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. But when the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders and must redifine what it means to be a hero so he can save the people he loves most.

I was wondering when the new trailer for this movie was going to be released. Following the success of the 2018 film, I was quite curious to see what Sony was going to do with this particular animated property, with a sequel being planned for sometime in the future. Well,

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She Said (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog



As many theatrical feature film endeavors have delved into fictional arena to find its narrative storytelling, others have taken strides into the more “real world”, with various accounts (albeit through a cinematic filmmaking lens) of depicting / examining lives and events of world and how sometimes the truth (the real truth) comes to light, which has been overlooked and / or suppressed due to its implications surrounding it. Taking on big corporations, exposing a hidden truth, or revealing an unspoken revelation, these narratives ring true within their dramatic storytelling, which is aided by its “based on a true story” framework, adding credence and palpability within its tale. Of course, Hollywood (over the years) has taken an interest in these narratives; producing such films like Zero Dark ThirtySpotlightThe ReportViceConcussion, Dark Waters, and several others. Now,

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I wasn’t looking forward to seeing Till and being reminded of the horrific fate that befell a 14-year-old black boy in Mississippi back in 1964. I hadn’t reckoned with the worldview of director and co-writer Chinonye Chukyu, who chose not to depict Emmett Till’s unspeakably violent death and decided instead to tell the story through the eyes of his mother Mamie. That doesn’t mean that we are spared the horror of Emmett’s brutal treatment. Till depicts his mother’s decision to hold an open-casket funeral so the world could see for itself what hatred brought about in the Jim Crow South. I wasn’t overly impressed with Chukyu’s earlier feature Clemency, but this film is a quantum leap forward. The director shares writing credit with Michael Reilly and Keith Beauchamp. She takes…


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Bullet Train (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog



Director David Letich has bult a special niche career for full-throttle action motion pictures, finding hardcore (and sometimes relentless) chaotic thrills and bloody violence engaging enough for a non-stop cinematic treatment. First appearing in the major mainstream movie realm on the 2014 film John Wick (of which he co-directed with Chad Stahelski), Letich proved that his special affinity towards frenetic violence and mostly uninterrupted action blockbuster flourishes, which prompted the director to go forth and helm his own project solely. This includes the double spy agent duplicity during the eve of the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 2017’s Atomic Blonde, the superhero sequel of the foul mouth and hilarious “merc with a mouth” in 2018’s Deadpool 2, and the high octane and over-the-top adrenaline frivolities in the 2019 Fast and Furious spin-off project titled Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. Now, Sony

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Troll (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog




There have been many myths and folklore that have been passed throughout the centuries, drumming the identity of a wide variety of commonplace of fairy tale creatures, including witches, dragons, dwarves, tricksters, and countless other mythical beings of legend. The creatures known as Trolls are amongst the collective of fantasy creatures, with most origins of such monstrous beings deriving from Norwegian folklore / Norse mythology. Depending on the myths and accounts from various tales, Trolls are often living in isolated areas (rocks, mountains, forests, caves, etc.) as well as living in small units and are rather unkind to humans. Various stories of old can change on the actual depiction / appearance of such fantastic creatures, with some being shown as monstrous, ugly, and dim-witted and other times behaving in a similar fashion like humans (with some minor changes). Regardless, of their behavior and appearance,

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