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The most truly offbeat comic book movie in quite some time. Ant-Man didn’t hit a home run for me, it has its draggy segments, but there is goofy humor, kookiness and an unpretentious […]
I admired the acting, but Woody Allen also doesn’t do enough to let his actors truly break loose. When I heard that Allen had cast Joaquin Phoenix in Irrational Man, I was psyched at the proposition […]
Oh my God, what an insult. Terminator Genisys pushes so many alternate timelines, and rules about changing destiny, and variant new abilities of the liquid metal cyborg killers that it discounts […]
As an adult, you like it the more you think about it. Inside Out is a great kid’s movie though, the animation glistens, the reach is ultimately optimistic, and it imparts […]
Here is a list of 15 films that got lukewarm to good reviews in their day but really have a resurgent cinephile following in contemporary years […]
Titles I happened to check out on Netflix in the month of June 2015 listed from best to worst […]
I love Seth MacFarlane, and I admire the chances he takes, but here is an example of when he goes too far. Ted 2 hits us up immediately with the foul-mouthed teddy bear’s bawdy wedding […]
Supreme filmmaking. The Elephant Man (1980) is a peerless look at 1880’s London, the high society and the low where John Merrick dwelled as a circus freak […]
One could nearly say it’s better than the previous three entries combined. Jurassic World for a long while gave me a huge grin. It calls back the 1990’s style blockbuster […]
I was a fan who caught every episode of the HBO show, but now that it has been adapted to the big screen it feels like torture. Entourage has Hollywood movie star Vinny Chase […]
It’s not the high-spirited, rollicking affair you’d hope it would be. Aloha is a rather soppy crisis of conscience dramedy, with Bradley Cooper learning lessons from […]
Heart-stopping and weird. Mad Max: Fury Road rockets past exposition and hurls us into the most extreme of wasteland futures where men kill for gasoline. Insane killing and maiming […]
Sean Chavel is a Hollywood based author and movie reviewer. He is the Executive Director of flickminute.com, a new website that has adapted mood-based reviews.
rudolfmenon Says,Totally agree. And we left the cinema really disappointed.
rudolfmenon Says,Really? Wow, then im going to watch this! I could watch District 9 ...
soulreaver99 Says,The trailer to the movie itself was half-assed. Totally not surprising that ...
hashbrowny Says,Great family movie...I disagree with your view. Maybe you've lost your ...
calipoppy Says,Man of Steel is a Hunk of Kryptonite.I enjoyed the movie.
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