• …a witty, entertaining and thought-provoking film. It makes its point in a subtle way, keeping it from ever getting preachy. The brilliant acting coupled with the killer soundtrack and visuals makes it worth watching.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a great addition to current superhero movies. It is wonderfully-acted and directed, making it a must-watch for fans of the genre! Though it does have a few flaws, those are easy to ignore in an otherwise amazing film. If you liked 2012′s The Amazing Spider-Man, you can’t afford to miss this sequel!

  • 2 States is a film that rom-com fans are bound to enjoy. It gives a hilarious, yet realistic portrayal of cultural clashes. Moreover, the movie delivers a nice message, without ever getting too preachy. With its charming performances and wonderful soundtrack, 2 States is the perfect movie for summer viewing.

  • All things considered, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a wonderful addition to the Marvel franchise. It amplifies everything good about Captain America: The First Avenger and gets rid of the negative parts. The film combines the periodic element of its predecessor with a modern touch, making it one of the strongest films Marvel has released so far.

  • Primarily targeted towards kids, Muppets Most Wanted efficiently combines mature themes with lovely animation. This makes it a fun and entertaining movie for everyone to watch. If you liked 2011’s The Muppets, you are bound to enjoy the sequel too.

  • Though Need for Speed is in no way the next big race-car film, it’s an entertaining movie, perfect for a weekend. Autophiles and fans of race-car movies, in particular, will enjoy this film. Watch it if you’re looking for an entertaining film, but skip it if you want an original or thought-provoking film.

  • A visually-stunning film that is definitely worth-watching. Though it’s not as good as its predecessor, it’s still an entertaining movie. Action movie fans, in particular, are bound to enjoy this flick.

  • Nebraska expertly explores the themes of greed and shifting loyalties. The film also efficiently combines cynicism and hopefulness. It’s a beautiful, poignant film perfect for a Sunday afternoon with your family.

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