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One of my favorite comedy surprises of recent years. A New Leaf (1971) has become an obscure, hard-to-find title. But since I found it, I can say it is my favorite Walter Matthau movie […]
Muddled comedy-thriller British spy stuff, elevated by the charms of Henry Cavill and Alicia Vikander. Based on an old TV show, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is rather perfunctory as done by […]
Part IV and Part V are in a class by themselves. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is consistently amazing and features some of the best action cinematography of the last twenty years […]
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 […]
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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