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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Wildfire Reviews best 15 albums of 2017


In a year where several emerging artists have won the hearts of millions, Wildfire Reviews covers 2017's best albums from all different kinds of music genres.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

The Last Jedi is the best Star Wars ever, A+


With wonderful characters, special effects, and a story line that people will be remembering for years-The Last Jedi is more proof that the Star Wars franchise is here to stay and at the top of it's game.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Coco is pure Pixar magic, A+


Leave it to Pixar to create a new ground breaking, thought provoking and magical film. Coco is one of this year's best movies and perhaps the best Pixar film of all time, filled with wonderful characters, a great storyline and breathe taking special effects.

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Chris Stapleton offers this year's best album, A+


Country singer song writer Chris Stapleton has returned with a powerful double wide sophomore album. The result is a wonderful listen and each track is powerful, proving that Stapleton is at the top of his game and ready for more.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Justice League is a fail for DC, C-


Poor special effects, a rotten story line, and misuse of great characters make the new DC film one of it's worse works yet. Unfortunately, we might have to weight a little while until we get to see a truly impressive live action Justice League.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Golden Circle over uses it's cast, C-


The Golden Circle might be a fun violent sequel, but most of it's unnecessary, and despite a Big Lewbowski reunion, it's talented cast is washed up with the plot of the film.

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Don't Mess with the new Loser's Club, A


Although Hollywood might have messed up with the Dark Tower, they sure aren't messing around with IT. The new Stephen King adaptation is one of his best ever on the big screen, proving that sometimes, movies can be just as great as the novels themselves.