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Sean McClannahan

Sean McClannahan is a freelance film journalist and is the founder of Movie Time And Beyond. His passion for movies and pop culture knows no limits.

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There are several reasons why Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four fails to be a satisfying superhero flick, but there are just as many moments of

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Over the past (nearly) two decades the Mission Impossible franchise has been getting better with each installment, with the exception of the second film directed by John Woo,

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In 1983, when Harold Ramis and John Hughes created National Lampoon’s Vacation, there was a fading sense of a wild west approach to their comedy

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Trainwreck’s Amy Schumer has really inspired a spark in Judd Apatow. Based on her heartfelt, witty screenplay and vulnerable performance it’s not hard to understand why. This

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Every so often a motion picture comes along that reminds me why I fell in love with movies in the first place. It made me

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It’s impossible to argue that Colin Trevorrow has some insightful observations to make about consumerism and corporate excess as audiences are invited back to Isla

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There is one director in Hollywood that has proven to understand the strengths of actress Melissa McCarthy better than any other director with whom she’s

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The biggest impression that The Avengers: Age Of Ultron has left on me in hindsight, is how Joss Whedon despite all the pressure he had

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Ever since the fifth movie in the Fast and Furious franchise switched gears, every entry in the series has successfully managed to step up it’s

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When a directing team as talented as the Wachowskis are given an enormous budget and free reign to create an original science fiction concept with

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It’s been a great year for movie releases this year and thought to see them all in a reasonable matter of time when you live

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When taking into consideration the intentions that Disney had of adapting the dark broadway musical Into The Woods for a family friendly feature film, Stephen

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Chris Rock is one of the great stand-ups, a master of his craft with sharp satirical wit and an indignant energy. When it comes to

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With narcissistic fury, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s declaration of war against post modernism and cynicism in modern culture

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