• It’s an unusual thriller – the body count is high, and the kills are straight from a video game – and has its fair share of flaws, but it’s far more compelling than it possibly had any right to be with its mixed bag of number crunching and bone crunching.

  • Murder. Infidelity. Copious amounts of alcohol. Unreliable narrators. Just good old-fashioned tawdry entertainment. What’s not to like?

  • For a thriller, it doesn’t really offer much of a thrill. It’s a perfunctory follow up to a formula that saw success 10 years ago but maybe it’s time to toss the baby out with the bath water.

  • It’s not the best animation movie this year, but Storks does make for a decent distraction.

    While it doesn’t answer the question of where babies come from, viewers of all ages should be able to enjoy it.

  • It’s a romp in parts, a little too obvious and boring in others, but I still have no doubt that some segments of audiences are going to love it. It is still good old-fashioned entertainment.

  • After 12 years, Bridget Jones is back, and she’s as brilliant as ever. It’s such a fun and worthy sequel – laugh out loud funny and emotionally engaging throughout its runtime.

  • It’s almost as if this was made for five-years-olds by five-year-olds.
    This is strictly only for the kids.

  • Your breath will be hitched for the most part. I’m not saying that The Shallows is as good as Jaws – the Steven Spielberg film was a masterpiece and it doesn’t seem likely that it will ever be toppled from its No.1 position.

  • Clint Eastwood’s Sully is not a perfect film, but it comes close to being a great one.

  • Your nerves will be ridiculously frayed by the end of this terrifying movie experience. But since that’s the very goal of any horror/thriller movie, you’ll walk away satisfied, reminding yourself that it’s okay to breathe again.

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