Luis Borrero

Trailer Takes: <i>Men in Black: International</i>, <i>Under the Eiffel Tower</i>, and <i>The Upside</i>

Trailer Takes: Men in Black: International, Under the Eiffel Tower, and The Upside

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01/16/2019

Men in Black: International : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QA4g17HtNY Dajour: I’ve never seen a Men in Black film in its entirety, which is something I hope to change in the future—just not starting with this film. It didn’t look like absolute trash to me, but something about it just seemed… rehashed. I got a been there, done that…

<i>Mary Queen of Scots</i> is an Uneven, but Enjoyable Period Drama

Mary Queen of Scots is an Uneven, but Enjoyable Period Drama

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01/04/2019

Mary Queen of Scots is an entertaining, but ultimately uneven period drama. It has gorgeous costumes, a wonderful pair of lead actresses, some genuinely compelling palace intrigue, and a few moments of inspired storytelling. However, the overall product feels disjointed and unnecessarily modernist, given the numerous, odd attempts by the filmmakers to update the story….

With A Duo of Superb Performances, <i>Green Book</i> Warms Your Heart

With A Duo of Superb Performances, Green Book Warms Your Heart

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11/30/2018

Today’s films are often judged by how nuanced they are at presenting their central themes. They must be direct, but not overtly obvious; thought provoking, but not contradictory; open to interpretation, but not frustratingly vague. However, Green Book, a 2018 dramedy set in the early sixties chronicling the relationship between African-American pianist Dr. Don Shirley…

<i>The Nun</i> Probably Should Have Stayed in the Convent

The Nun Probably Should Have Stayed in the Convent

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09/14/2018

The Conjuring universe is an anomaly when it comes to modern horror movie franchises. While horror movies usually go downhill from the second installment on, The Conjuring franchise has not only found great commercial success with all of its entries, but most of them have also been critically well-received, with the exceptions of the first…

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