Cinemaholics Review: The Meg, Like Father, BlacKkKlansman

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Our featured review this week is The Meg, a new shark/monster movie starring Jason Statham. Cohosts Will Ashton and Maveryke Hines joined me this week to discuss the film, plus some others including an early sneak peek review of Crazy Rich Asians.

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One reply to Cinemaholics Review: The Meg, Like Father, BlacKkKlansman

  1. Spike Lee proves with this joint those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. A great adaptation of the book that captures the whole unbelievable story. While the film is very funny it also gets its serious message across very well.

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