Weekly Recap: A Star Is Born, Venom, Hate U Give & More!

While September has had no shortage of films to offer, October actually has good-to-great films available for audiences to see... and Venom. The Tom Hardy anti-superhero flick is certainly something to behold, and his committed work isn't bad, but the film leaves a lot to be desired. Meanwhile, A Star is Born is pretty great all-around, mainly because of the lead performances. The Hate U Give begins in limited release and is easily the best film to arrive in theaters this week. There are other reviews too, including a home release and an early take on Bad Times at the El Royale. Also, I was officially welcomed into the Online Film Critics Society, so there's a link to that too. Lastly, enjoy all the cool podcast episodes we put out as well. Thanks for reading!

In Theaters Now:

(A mess of a movie with a committed Tom Hardy)

(Terrific adult entertainment)

(A great possible sendoff for Robert Redford, an easy-going crime comedy)

(Way too long, but a great cast and lots of style)

Here's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s) - http://www.thecodeiszeek.com/p/review-archive.html

Other Articles Of Note:

I've Been Welcomed into the Online Film Critics Society - http://ofcs.org/welcome-class-of-2018/

10 Reasons Why Michael Jackson's Thriller Is One of The Greatest Horror Films Of All Time - https://weliveentertainment.com/welivefilm/10-reasons-michael-jacksons-thriller-one-greatest-horror-films-time/



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