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The first big movie premier of 2022 has come — and it bombed. “The 355,” an action/espionage film starring Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Diane Kruger and Penelope Cruz, released on Jan. 7.
That’s right… the “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary Return to Hogwarts” debuted New Year’s Day on HBO Max. It’s hard to imagine that it’s been nearly twenty years since the first film came out and nearly twenty-five years since the first book was published.
This year has been a bit hit and miss regarding quality movies. Many of the films that have been released have varied in quality either due to the production being rushed to get a product out to theaters and/or streaming while others were delayed in hopes of making the project as good as possible.
“Red Notice” is a complex art heist on par with “Ocean’s Eleven” but far easier to follow. Two infamous art thieves – Nolan Booth (Reynolds) and the Bishop (Gadot) are trying to steal all three of Cleopatra’s golden eggs. The treasures were supposedly gifts given to the ancient Egyptian Queen by her suitor Marc Antony of Rome.
What it really boils down to is that "The Eternals" is different from other Marvel Studios movies.
In a day and age where family cohesion seems to be an element of a bygone era, “Bluey” proves that it is possible to generate a nuclear family and keep it together through all of life’s obstacles.
There is nothing worse than being given the first part of the film franchise only to find out that it’s an incomplete story. Regardless, “Dune“ is a tremendous cinematic feat and definitely worth seeing.
Bond is back. “No Time To Die” — the franchise’s twenty-fifth film — features Daniel Craig in his fifth outing as the eponymous super spy and his has been the longest stint as Bond.
This second outing for the “lethal protector” brings Tom Hardy back to the big screen as Eddie Brock, the titular symbiote’s host body. The film roughly takes place a year after the first film and follows Eddie and Venom trying to figure out how to balance each other out in a classic odd couple pairing.