• An elephant flies but no one cries in Tim Burton’s woke but boring remake of a Disney classic…Tim Burton’s remake of 1941 Disney classic fails to take off. It underuses important scenes and introduces needless others.

  • Thankfully, the comedy is still strong with this one. Rebel Wilson with her “physical comedy”, Elizabeth Banks through what we hope was sarcasm and sometimes even Anna Kendrick with her crazy ideas about people looking like animals, manage to wring giggles out of you often enough.

  • Fans swear by the intellectual depth and the liberating story of Perks of Being a Wallflower, Chbosky’s only other big film, but even that failed to register with me as little more than being dunked in a well of emotions without really soaking in anything. Sadly, this film fails to make a splash either.

  • The desperation to make something out of nothing was spilling over in the twist that didn’t fit with the film we just spent an hour and a half breaking our heads over.

    Do better Will Smith. You deserve so much better. We deserve so much better.

  • Beware of mothers breaking bad into gooey marshmallows…

  • While Minions are insanely cute and do offer you short spells of laughter, this is nothing to go bananas over.

  • The only way you can enjoy this mindless film is by looking at the fun side of the ‘witty punishments’ the vigilante foursome unleashes on its victims. Ah yes, even the dialogues: They are so miserable that you just cannot the miss their fun side.

  • …as far as having ‘fun’ goes, be sure that this movie promises 100 minutes of entertainment for kids and it is safe to say that even adults will also not be bored. This is a one-time watch, specifically for the cuddly and puffy robot. You made my ribs hurt, Ow!??

  • Brad Pitt’s Fury is the first one off the block from the long list of war movies to hit the screens this year, and, quite inevitably, it will be compared with the one true king of of war movies. Is it better than Saving Private Ryan? Absolutely not. Is it really terrible then? Again, absolutely not.

  • It is best if you have already seen one of its four siblings in the past so that you know what you are in for before you go for this one. If not, you have only yourself to blame if you expect any form of story or purpose from it.

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