• There’s enough dancing and silliness with Snoopy to keep younger kids engaged and enough nostalgia for adults.

    And with his knack for falling into the worst imaginable luck, unfortunate choices, and ridicule by his peers, Charlie Brown is the embodiment of the feelings of anxiety and self-doubt we all carry within us.

  • Sure, the Krays are dynamic in and of themselves, but a lack of a narrative drive as well as dangling subplots that never really take off, all amount to a much longer affair than you’d expect.

    And with fewer punches than you’d expect.

    Ultimately, it all comes back to Hardy’s performance.

  • Not Ron Howard’s best by a long shot. Still, a reasonably robust high-seas adventure even though it’s a little all over the place.

  • All in all, Creed is a fan film, a movie made by someone who loved the original Rocky movies and thought he could breathe new life into them

    And Coogler has done exactly that. Despite the cliches.

  • Critically speaking, the only relevant questions would seem to be whether the film suddenly veers from the path that was laid out (and has thus far yielded a billion+ in box office) at the beginning.

    Mockingjay – Part 2 does not.

  • Spectre is a 007 film that charts no new ground. Pay to view it at your own risk.

    PS: The opening credits are hilarious, with implied tentacle porn. Enjoy.

  • I recommend you give this a miss. You’ve already been there and done that.

  • It’s hard to recommend Hotel Transylvania 2 to moviegoers who don’t have children in tow. This one is only for the little ones.

  • All you’re left with is nothing more than a lame-duck finale that does nothing but slight fans with each predictable jump scare. Thanks, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.

  • Burnt is bland fare at best…

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