Steve Stebbing

Breaking down all things pop culture

New Releases: Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret –┬áMargaret Simon is just 11 going on 12 when her family moves from New York City to Farbrook, New Jersey. Margaret’s mother is Christian and her father is Jewish. Margaret has been raised without an affiliation to either faith and does not practice an organized religion, …

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New Releases: Me Time – If I’m being totally honest, Kevin Hart has been working at a 50/50 for me with his Netflix original┬ámovies. I adore his work on the comedy drama Fatherhood, a sweet and endearing┬ástory about a suddenly single father dealing with a newborn baby but The Man From Toronto was a bland …

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New Releases: Where The Crawdads Sing – There’s something about this new drama mystery that has me absolutely disinterested and I have to say it stems from the pretty lacklustre trailer that I saw in theatres for it. Maybe it is also the fact that this ad screened before a showing of Lightyear in front …

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New Releases: Dear Evan Hansen – It seems like we haven’t learned from Glee at all and we’re still going forward with close to thirty-year-old actors playing high school teenagers. I know that it is a special case with this film as star Ben Platt played the role on Broadway and was the originator of …

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New Releases: Free Guy – It feels like we’ve been waiting a long time for this Ryan Reynolds video game-centric film to hit theatres and that’s really because it was supposed to come out more than a year ago and the first trailer for it was probably almost two years prior. The film was originally …

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New On VOD: I Used To Go Here – Any time you see the Lonely Island guys attached to something you really feel a compulsory need to check it out or at least I do. This new comedy-drama has the added effect of having them produce it, Jorma showing up for a tiny bit role, …

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