Thursday , 27 April 2017

Review: #F8 is Gr8 M8

Review: #F8 is Gr8 M8

“The Fate of the Furious” is the eighth installment in the Fast and Furious franchise, which started in 2001. Some would think that a franchise of eight movies would quickly run o ...

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Review: The Terror Is Real In ‘Life’

Review: The Terror Is Real In ‘Life’

If you were tell me there was a new space movie with Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds and Rebecca Ferguson, who are three of Hollywood's most beautiful people, I would say I would b ...

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Review: ‘Get Out’ Is One of the Best Movies of the Year

Review: ‘Get Out’ Is One of the Best Movies of the Year

“Get Out” is a new horror comedy that was written and directed by Jordan Peele. It stars Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford and Lil Rel Howery. T ...

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Review: “Ghost In The Shell” Is A Sluggish Snoozefest

Review: “Ghost In The Shell” Is A Sluggish Snoozefest

I am one of the few cinephiles out there that has not seen the original “Ghost in the Shell” movie from 1995. It has been on my watchlist for a while, but due to time, I was not a ...

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Review: Tale as Old as Time Reimagined Beautifully in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Review: Tale as Old as Time Reimagined Beautifully in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’

It is rare for a film to be deemed a classic from the first time it graces the silver screen, but “Beauty and the Beast” defied all odds as an animated tale in 1991. Flash forward ...

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Review: Kong Returns in Lightweight Popcorn Fare

Review: Kong Returns in Lightweight Popcorn Fare

When the original “King Kong” came out in 1933, it pioneered the genre of monster movie epics by presenting audiences with something they had never seen before. In the 83 years si ...

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Review: ‘Fist Fight’ Gets Knocked Out

Review: ‘Fist Fight’ Gets Knocked Out

When I first walked into “Fist Fight,” I expected a hilarious comedy with one of my favorite actors, Charlie Day, to bring me non-stop laughs. His character in the hit show “It’s ...

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‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Gets Ruff Reviews

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Gets Ruff Reviews

“A Dog’s Purpose” is a poor rehashing of a dog’s various reincarnated lives, rushed and brought to fruition all too soon. The “purpose” of the movie was to show the viewers how an ...

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‘Marguerite’: A Masterpiece Made from Sour Notes

‘Marguerite’: A Masterpiece Made from Sour Notes

In his sixth feature film, "Marguerite," French director, writer and producer Xavier Giannoli creates a story that toes the line between comedy and tragedy despite its imperfectio ...

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Divergences from Novel Lead “Allegiant” to Failure

Divergences from Novel Lead “Allegiant” to Failure

Fans of the popular young adult novels-turned-films "The Divergent Series" should prepare themselves to be disappointed yet again with the franchises’ third film, "Allegiant." Any ...

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