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Film Review: Tag (2018)

Tag (2018) is an action comedy film that is based on a true story of a 30-year old game of tag that was written in a Wall Street Journal article. Directed by Jeff Tomsic, this film has a star-studded cast list including Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson and Isla Fisher. The premise of this film is that Jerry (Renner) is about to retire from the 30+ year of tag to settle down in married life, but he has never been tagged in his life and it is up to the other members of the group to take this last opportunity to get him.
This is such a unique concept, and I was quite excited about this film when I saw the first trailer pop up. However, after I was disappointed with the other game-themed comedy this year (Game Night), I was also very hesitant about this. I didn't want this film to disappoint me either, especially with the cast list that is connected with this film.

I am glad to say though that this works so much better than Game Night in terms of the comedy and the action. All of…

An Update

For the next few weeks, the style of the writing for this blog will be a bit experimental. My reviews will be written in formats, as I am trying to see which format I like the best. As far as my film discussions, I feel like I am going to be more free with my style on those. My idea for the film discussion is that I will be commenting on an aspect related to the previous film talked about on this blog. For example, as the film reviewed this week will be IT, the film discussion will be about remakes in Hollywood and whether the film industry is lacking originality.

If you have any advice or opinions on any of my articles and can give me any words to help me improve on my writing, please let me know. I will take all comments on board.

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