Steve Stebbing

Breaking down all things pop culture

New Releases: The Lost City – Sandra Bullock has a good penchant for picking good co-stars to feature in her comedies which is a genre she fits in best because, well, Sandy is always charming. I feel like her characters are always just a millimetre away from the true lady. While the movies aren’t exactly …

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New Releases: Deep Water – It has to be frustrating for an actor to put all of his efforts into a film only for it to be shelved for a long period of time because the studio can’t find a spot for it in its release schedule then it gets relegated to being an almost …

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New Releases: Jackass Forever – I’m going to get the ball rolling here and call this one a must anticipated sequel which may sound weird coming from a forty-year-old dude like me but, to be honest, I grew up into my adulthood with Jackass the series, the movies and the CKY or Camp Kill Yourself …

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New Releases: The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild – Of any of the characters from the Ice Age films, I never would have thought Buck Wild would get his own spin-off series for Disney+ but given that he was voiced by Simon Pegg in the movies it warms my heart to get a show …

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New Releases: Spider-Man: No Way Home – It’s pretty cool to be heading into the end of the year with definitely the biggest Marvel movie of the year and a film that is going to change the landscape of that cinematic universe for the next phase. There is so much speculation heading into this film, …

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New Releases: The Power Of The Dog – When acclaimed writer and director Jane Campion returns to film after an over ten-year hiatus, you stop and take notice as a film fan. Granted, she made the excellent murder mystery series Top Of The Lake with Elisabeth Moss for BBC but there is something special with …

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New Releases: Eternals – It’s crazy to see, as we get closer to the reveal and origins of another super-powered team within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, some of the worst reviews that have come out of this franchise in its over ten year run. I have to say that I am totally skeptical of them …

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New Releases: Last Night In Soho – October is a damn good month for movies this year as we have yet another week that features one of my most anticipated films of the year and it happens to be one from a filmmaker who makes nothing but gold. Yes, Edgar Wright¬†could be considered possibly my …

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New Releases: The Last Duel – Given that masterful director Ridley¬†Scott has probably made just as many bad movies as he has good ones over his storied career, I’m inclined to be a bit standoffish about this new medieval film and with the trailer for his next film after, House Of Gucci, looking borderline awful, …

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New Releases: Venom: Let There Be Carnage – After many delays and release date shifts we finally get the follow-up to a non-MCU-connected franchise that still manages to include Spider-Man and, yes, I know that this is all convoluted and confusing. That all said, the first Venom movie was a stupid amount of fun and …

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