The Accountant Review: Ben Affleck's Numbers Don't Add Up
Ben Affleck's gun-toting CPA is painfully boring in
, lugging through a labyrinthine plot that is too obvious.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 13th, 2016
The Handmaiden Review: A Masterpiece of Intrigue and Erotica
From Director Park Chan-wook,
is a sumptuously artistic tale, exquisitely shot, that will leave you breathless.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 12th, 2016
Birth of A Nation Review: A Brutal, Unflinching Look at Slavery
In a time when race relations have become the hot button subject in an election year,
The Birth of a Nation
is a timely reminder of a deplorable shared history.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 5th, 2016
Girl on the Train Review: A Dark Ride Between Murder & Madness
The Girl on the Train
is a sensual ride worth taking, and features an outstanding Emily Blunt.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 3rd, 2016
Masterminds Review: Doesn't Live Up to Its Comedy Pedigree
From the director of Napoleon Dynamite,
plays like a weak SNL sketch that goes on for a very long 90 minutes.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 29th, 2016
I.T. Review: Pierce Brosnan Will Have You Covering Your Webcam
Pierce Brosnan has more than a few network issues in the techno-thriller
, delivering a parable for the modern age.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 27th, 2016
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Review: A Wildly Imaginative Fable
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
is a delightfully sinister fantasy from Tim Burton, but it looses steam near the end.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 26th, 2016
Deepwater Horizon Review: Gripping & Fiery
Director Peter Berg captures hell with technical precision in
, reminding us of the heavy price paid in blood and tears.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 23rd, 2016
The Magnificent Seven Review: Action Packed But Empty
The raw, leading man star power of Denzel Washington provides a mighty lift when needed in the otherwise underwhelming
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 16th, 2016
Blair Witch Review: There's a Scary Secret Hiding in These Woods
Lionsagate and horror director
have unleashed their secret, terrifying and excellent
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — September 16th, 2016
Snowden Review: Oliver Stone's Love Song to Edward Snowden
never views Edward Snowden in any critical light, telling his story only the way Oliver Stone wants it to be told.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 15th, 2016
Bridget Jones's Baby Review: The Best Date Movie of 2016
Renee Zellweger returns in top form for her third outing as a singleton trying to deal with an unexpected pregnancy in
Bridet Jones's Baby
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 14th, 2016
Sully Review: Tom Hanks & Clint Eastwood Fly at a Low Altitude
Clint Eastwood's adaptation of the
Miracle on the Hudson
has its moments, but
never quite reach the stratosphere.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 8th, 2016
Light Between Oceans Review: Painful, Slow and Really Boring
Director Derek Cianfrance fails with
The Light Between Oceans
, as every minute of the movie weighs heavily upon the audience.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 2nd, 2016
Morgan Review #2: Great Cast, Great Idea, So-So Movie
Director Luke Scott's artificial intelligence based sci-fi thriller
just barely misses the mark.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — September 2nd, 2016
Morgan Review: A Very Dumb Movie About Smart People
Director Luke Scott's
is a very forgettable sci-fi thriller that fails to achieve the highs of last year's
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 29th, 2016
Morris from America Review: A Unique & Powerful Coming-Of-Age Story
Craig Robinson headlines a cast full of young newcomers in
Morris From Americ
, which tells an excellent, fresh story.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 29th, 2016
Don't Breathe Review: Tense Horror Without the Cheap Thrills
Director Fede Alvarez has crafted a unique, very tense follow up to his 2013
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 24th, 2016
Ben-Hur Review #2: The Good Far Outweighs The Bad
Paramount's remake of
stands on its own as a decent film, assuring that Charlton Heston is not spinning in his grave.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 18th, 2016
Ben-Hur Review: It's Not Great, nor Worthy of Hate
Director Timur Bekmambetov and his cast offer an admirably unique take on the iconic
story that still falls short in many ways.
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — August 17th, 2016
War Dogs Review: A Fascinating, Unique Twist on War Movies
Director Todd Phillips marries his comedic sensibilities with a compelling true story in the great
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 16th, 2016
Kubo and the Two Strings Review: An Eye-Popping Visual Delight
Laika Studios are back in superb form with
Kubo and the Two Strings
, though this animated adventure falters in getting through its final half.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 12th, 2016
Sausage Party Review #2: Best Animated Movie of the Year?
Seth Rogen and his team break new ground, which is sure to offend some and win over many others.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 10th, 2016
Pete's Dragon Review: Never Soars as High as the Disney Original
Disney's update of
isn't nearly as whimsical as the original, but stands on its own with heart and meaning.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 9th, 2016
Sausage Party Review: Lock Up the Food and Hide the Kids
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and their usual crew have created an unusual carnival of food carnage that borders on being utterly brilliant.
MOVIE REVIEW | B. Alan Orange — August 9th, 2016
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