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Friday, July 10, 2020

“Seven Psychopaths” Review

After watching this movie, it’s a fair assumption that either director/screenwriter Martin McDonagh (“In Bruges”) or his marketing has some issues with basic arithmetic and vocabulary. The trailer released for “Seven Psychopaths” promised us...

“Hardcore Henry”: Hardcore awful

“Hardcore Henry” is about as fun as watching someone else play a video game. And not a particularly good one. Now, before you Let’s Play fans start whining so loud that your mom has...

“Bajirao Mastani” Epic Tale or Epic Flop?

Courtesy of Eros International While there are a number of movies that came out this holiday season, this one for some reason caught my attention. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s epic film “Bajirao Mastani,” about a legendary...

“Iron Man 3” Reveals the Man Behind the Mask

"Iron Man 3” had big shoes to fill. As Marvel’s first post-Avengers outing, this installment in the Iron Man franchise soars, surpassing its predecessors. This is currently the best film in Marvel’s ever-expanding cinematic...

“Devil’s Due” Review

January has always been the month for the entertainment industry to dump movies that they have very little faith in. Their hope is to make a profit through bored teenagers who are not interested...

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” shatters the box office

The sequel to Disney’s “Wreck it Ralph,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” places Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) and Ralph (John C. Reilly) in a chaotic action-adventure based around internet culture. Opening to an impressive $18 million,...

“Silent House” Movie Review

Within the first few seconds of watching “Silent House,” I pondered whether or not I had made a horrible decision selecting the film. Utilizing the ever-popular shaky, one-take style of filming that suggests the...

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2: Tears of a Clown

I have a confession to make: I like watching bad films. I take a sort of impish glee from seeing them, rolling my eyes and making snarky comments with my friends on the ride...

“Robocop” Movie Review

I think the biggest problem with movie remakes is they seem oblivious to the fact that the reason their source material worked so well back in the day was because they perfectly fit the...

“A Most Violent Year” explores relationships in violent movie

What seems to be a modern interpretation of mafia-crime movies, “A Most Violent Year” enters the scene away from its proposed goal of depicting the year 1981 as a crime-filled drama, but stumbles into...