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Goon: The Last of The Enforcers Review: Great Sequel

Goon: The Last of The Enforcers Review: Great Sequel

While the original Goon film boasted the directing talents of Michael Dowse, in Goon: The Last of the Enforcers director, Jay Baruchel took the helm - but he was well-suited for the role of director since he played a small role in the first film and also

09/19/2017 1252

The Layover: Better Off Left On Direct TV Cinema - Not Theaters

The Layover: Better Off Left On Direct TV Cinema - Not Theaters

This film could have really went entirely different! It had so much potential. But, it is difficult to say whether it was the lack of experience from Macy or just the entire B-movie sorta vibe that a made for Direct TV Cinema movie is supposed to have.

09/15/2017 844

Life: Mediocrity with a Shocking Ending

Life: Mediocrity with a Shocking Ending

The movie is exciting, however it seems to drag on forever as the story becomes predictable and turns into a cat & mouse chase that leaves nothing to the imagination and holds little suspense to the finish.

09/09/2017 1014

Close Encounters of the Third Kind: How Will the Re-Release of the Classic Fare in Theaters?

Close Encounters of the Third Kind: How Will the Re-Release of the Classic Fare in Theaters?

The movie, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" became an occult classic film that has never been surpassed by any other similar sci-fi film produced to date.

09/04/2017 1760

Snatched: Underestimated Mother/Daughter Flick

Snatched: Underestimated Mother/Daughter Flick

This movie makes you appreciate Goldy Hawn in a light that rekindles what made her so endearing to watch in movies such as "Bird on a Wire" and "Overboard."

09/02/2017 1306

The Only Living Boy in New York:  Truly Moving Romantic Drama

The Only Living Boy in New York: Truly Moving Romantic Drama

Young Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts) assumes the role as 20-something Manhattanite, Thomas Webb who is your atypical rich kid. He namely just hangs out with his pal, (Kiersey Clemons) Mimi. He is secretly in love with Mimi, but has landed in the friend-

08/31/2017 3728

Ingrid Goes West: A Sattire For The Social Media Obsessed

Ingrid Goes West: A Sattire For The Social Media Obsessed

Ingrid Thorburn played by Aubrey Plaza, is a young woman who is stricken with mental illness that spirals down-hill when a conflict at a nuptials event causes her to take a long hiatus from human/social interaction. Ingrid gets a new, fresh-start when she

08/30/2017 992

Wind River: A Poignant Thriller

Wind River: A Poignant Thriller

"Wind River" is a great example of the other side of things in regards to life that is sort of boring- when lived on an Indian reservation. This instead, is a movie that captures the essence of things and demons that linger from a past far gone,

08/26/2017 1879

Logan Lucky: Soderbergh Makes a Huge Comeback

Logan Lucky: Soderbergh Makes a Huge Comeback

Logan Lucky" opened up at box offices across the US this weekend, and after its short debut - its killing it and for every good reason in the book. It is awesome- so awesome you may just want to see it again. It brings everything to the table with a

08/22/2017 2072

Annabelle Creation: Superbly Spooky and Entertaining

Annabelle Creation: Superbly Spooky and Entertaining

The movie is set in time before any of the other events in previous movies introduce Annabelle. Where the first characters are introduced as (Stephanie Sigman) a nun "Sister Charlotte" is accompanying a few orphans to their new guardians Esther

08/21/2017 2679

Good Times: A Brilliant Side of Robert Pattinson, Riveting Movie

Good Times: A Brilliant Side of Robert Pattinson, Riveting Movie

Film viewers got a unique taste of just the brilliant and very diverse acting skills that Robert Pattinson has been unable to flaunt before. With his tricked-out piercings, Bronx accent (which he nailed) and blazen facial hair - Robert Pattinson is unreco

08/21/2017 937

The Glass Castle: Tame Tale of  a "Wild Child"

The Glass Castle: Tame Tale of a "Wild Child"

Brie Larson plays the lead, Jeanette in this film who is engaged to be married to (Max Greenfield) and on the way home from an awkward date night that run into her parents Rose Mary (Naomi Watts) and Rex (Woody Harrelson) who are trash-diving.

08/17/2017 996

We Love You Sally Carmichael: Endearingly Sweet

We Love You Sally Carmichael: Endearingly Sweet

Director Christopher Gorham not only directed this film that was shot on location in Salt Lake City, he also stars as the lead character, Simon Hayes. Simon was an aspiring writer that had not had any success with his novels, until he wrote "Siren&am

08/16/2017 742

Movie Watch: Movies in Box Office Theaters This Weekend

Movie Watch: Movies in Box Office Theaters This Weekend

This weekend is a featuring a ton of box-office debuts in theaters across America that have been highly anticipated since their trailers were released. Movies such as "Detroit", "The Dark Tower", "Wind River" and "Kidn

08/10/2017 2548

A Family Man: Valiant Movie About the Importance of "Family"

A Family Man: Valiant Movie About the Importance of "Family"

"A Family Man" boasts the same morals and plot-line that we have all seen to often without really adding any new light to the same-ole, story. It is not a horrible film at all, but not extraordinary.

08/08/2017 2307

Brisby Bear: Eccentric and Entertainingly Divine

Brisby Bear: Eccentric and Entertainingly Divine

After walking into the Sundance Film Festival, noone had any clue what this movie was going to be about. However, castmates from Saturday Night Live Kevin Costello, Dave McCary, and Kyle Mooney (Cowriter) manage to pull off the same exact ambiance in this

08/08/2017 919

The Little Hours- Crude Spoof That is Genuinely Funny

The Little Hours- Crude Spoof That is Genuinely Funny

In "The Little Hours" nothing is off limits - especially when it comes to giving you a good laugh. All things of sexual genre roles, sexuality, and of Christianity is mocked in lieu of joke after joke and gag after gag.

08/04/2017 1282

Captain Underpants: Epic First Movie?

Captain Underpants: Epic First Movie?

"Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie" is hysterically funny and its slap-happy humor is over the top entertaining for all genres of audiences and ages!

08/03/2017 4441

Everything: Comparable to "Fault in Our Stars"

Everything: Comparable to "Fault in Our Stars"

Both actors Stenberg (Hunger Games) and Robinson (Jurassic World) do a bang-out, excellent job of their portrayls of Maddy and Olly.

08/03/2017 1609

The Hero: Too Understated, Not Enough Credit

The Hero: Too Understated, Not Enough Credit

Lee Hayden, (Sam Elliot) finds himself a bit washed up after decades of famedom and notoriety as an iconic country singer and actor. His most popular film happens to be "The Hero" which he received the most acclaim for and that which "brand

07/31/2017 1854

Transformers: The Last Knight, Hopefully The Last Film of the Franchise

Transformers: The Last Knight, Hopefully The Last Film of the Franchise

Every little kid and grown adult male was anticipating the action-movie that added life and embraced their favorite childhood toys. And because of this, the original "Transformer" movie was successful and well-received by audiences.

07/28/2017 7824

Spider-Man: Homecoming - The Thor Easter Egg Explained

Spider-Man: Homecoming - The Thor Easter Egg Explained

Clever "eggs" strategically placed in the film include a very comical cameo by (Chris Evans) who plays Captain America and even a reel you in "quick tease" of Scorpion in the next Spiderman sequel.

07/27/2017 8059

47 Meters Down: Let the Shark Frenzy Begin

47 Meters Down: Let the Shark Frenzy Begin

47 Meters Down is a film where two close sisters Lisa (Clare Holt) and Kate (Mandy Moore) set off on a deluxe vacation to Mexico set to be filled with fun, sun, and lots of adventure. Kate wants to seek thrills hands-down by diving with the sharks in a ca

07/25/2017 5487

First Kill: Good Flick for Limited Audiences

First Kill: Good Flick for Limited Audiences

Directed by Steven C. Miller, "First Kill" involves a man, Will, played by Hayden Christenson (Aniken Skywalker, Star Wars) who wants to re-establish a relationship with his family and son, Danny (Ty Shelton.)

07/25/2017 3722

Wish Upon: The Irony is That It is So Bad its Scary

Wish Upon: The Irony is That It is So Bad its Scary

This film of the paranormal is based upon a possessed-object, namely a Chinese "Wishing Box" which continues to prey on the wishes of the hands that it has landed within (Clare.) As her most beloved friends and family meet their demise as a resu

07/24/2017 3348

To the Bone: Riveting Film About Anorexia

To the Bone: Riveting Film About Anorexia

The great aspect of this film is the brutal truths that are brought forth by the characters at such a genuinely accountable level. Because of the evolvement of acceptance/consequences that encourage the characters to dig deep to heal and get better - this

07/24/2017 1050

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is Good as the First Movie

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is Good as the First Movie

The first Guardians of the Galaxy was a pleasant surprise, and most comic fans ate it up like an all you can eat buffet. The soundtrack was phenomenal and it left you wanting to know more about all the characters it introduced. So when Guardians of the Ga

07/20/2017 8150

The Best Movies of Summer 2017 Roundup

The Best Movies of Summer 2017 Roundup

We are already in the middle of the month of July - and the Summer blockbusters keep on coming! From all the glorious reboots such as "Planet of the Apes" and "The Mummy" to your favorite comic movie sequels and debuts, "Wonder Wo

07/20/2017 5473

Despicable Me 3: Still Heartwarming as the Previous Movies

Despicable Me 3: Still Heartwarming as the Previous Movies

It may be an animated film targeted towards audiences of children, but Despicable Me 3 has the power to entertain everyone of all ages. It also tosses in a few of the best "feel good" moments of an animated movie in a long time.

07/19/2017 4933

War for the Planet Of the Apes Impressively Sweeps Box Office!

War for the Planet Of the Apes Impressively Sweeps Box Office!

War for the Planet of the Apes takes place after what was left off by "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" where the Simian Flu is continuing to kill off all of humanity. Woody Harrelson plays Colonel McCullough a new cold-hearted adversary of the o

07/19/2017 3262

Wonder Woman: DC Comic’s Largest Grossing Film

Wonder Woman: DC Comic’s Largest Grossing Film

The CGI and graphics are incredible and everything is extremely realistic throughout the full 120 minute movie. And not to mention that Chris Pine and Gal Gadot and their chemistry and eye-grabbing looks don’t hurt to sell us on it. Wonder Woman, surprisi

07/18/2017 2838

Spiderman: Homecoming Rivals All “Spiderman” Previous Adaptations

Spiderman: Homecoming Rivals All “Spiderman” Previous Adaptations

It has to be said – after witnessing yet another puny, nerd be cast as Spiderman – we were doubtful that Tom Holland could pull it off. But his comic savvy and killer swag is so entertaining to watch! Tom Holland on screen as the new Spiderman is what we

07/18/2017 1478

Rough Night- Rough Raunchy Comedy You May Like

Rough Night- Rough Raunchy Comedy You May Like

Just be aware that much like "Bridesmaids", "Bad Moms" and the male genre version "The Hangover triology" - Rough Night delivers edgy almost stupid raunch-comedy at its best with the same ole, same ole predictableness you hav

07/15/2017 2490

Baywatch Redeemed Universally After Flopping in the US

Baywatch Redeemed Universally After Flopping in the US

The "Baywatch" movie adaptation was hyped and marketed to the nine - but it still failed miserable in the United States! Audiences wanted it so bad to succeed as much as it was advertised to be a great adaptation of the hit TV show.

07/15/2017 4787

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: What is so Wrong With this Movie?

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: What is so Wrong With this Movie?

The reviews cut this film up and spit it out and did not even give it an opportunity to redeem itself after competing with the release of the much anticipated, Wonder Woman. The critics gave this film no mercy at all, not one iota.

07/14/2017 4886

Robert Downey Jr. Quitting the MCU Movie Franchise After Spiderman: Homecoming?

Robert Downey Jr. Quitting the MCU Movie Franchise After Spiderman: Homecoming?

Almost anyone would agree that Robert Downey Jr. has owned the role of Tony Stark in the Marvel Comic Iron Man, Avenger, and Spiderman movies!

07/14/2017 2584