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<b>Movie Review:</b> Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Movie Review: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

The funny bits are really funny, the dramatic parts are dramatic. But it never really comes together.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Hail, Caesar!

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

Hollywood in the 50s, populated with artists and control freaks, money men and predators, fed by gossip and rumour, paranoia and confusion
<b>Movie Review:</b> Deadpool

Movie Review: Deadpool

I want to shout it from mountaintops and treetops and the roofs of buildings, "Deadpool is @#$% awesome!" I want to grab everyone I see walking down the street and shout into their faces, "Why are you walking down the street? Why aren't you watching Deadpool? It's #$% awesome!"
<b>Movie Review:</b> Pride, Prejudice and Zombies

Movie Review: Pride, Prejudice and Zombies

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is not just poorly lit and framed like a made for TV movie from the 80s and confusing and bewildering and frustrating. It is boring. Dull.
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Revenant

Movie Review: The Revenant

From the first frame to the last, very rare is the film that has made its way into my psyche and taken up residence. I'm afraid I'll never shake this film off. And I'm afraid I don't want to.

Movie Review: The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight Directed by Quentin Tarantino In Theatres "Well, well, well. Looks like Minnie's Haberdashery's about to get cosy for the next few days." The Hateful Eight is the least accessible of Quentin Tarantino's films.

Movie Review: Looking back, the 2015 edition

Looking Back, the 2015 Edition Since my first review went up on January 24 of The Interview , I've posted 25 pieces here. In that time I've watched a Mad Max, a Jurassic Park , a James Bond , a Rocky , and a Star Wars .

Movie Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (spoiler free!)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Directed by J.J. Abrams In Theatres "Chewie, we're home." Let's get this out of the way first - I was not particularly looking forward to The Force Awakens . I mean, yeah, the trailers had me excited.

Movie Review: In The Heart of The Sea

In the Heart of the Sea Directed by Ron Howard In Theatres "The tragedy of the Essex is the story of men. And a Demon." Let's get this out of the way first - In the Heart of the Sea looks beautiful. Amazing. Stunning. Awesome.

Movie Review: Creed

Creed Directed by Ryan Coogler In Theatres "Time takes everyone out. It's undefeated." At its most basic, Creed is the story of the son of a legend trying to become his own man in the world while following his father's footsteps.