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“The Night Before” is a gift

As a fan of Seth Rogen and his films, I thoroughly enjoyed this attempt at a new holiday-season comedy classic. While “The Night Before”...

At least it’s over

I know how it feels to be a fan of something. I grew up on the Harry Potter books, and I remember being extremely...

Who knew James Bond could make me fall asleep

It’s strange to expect much from a character like James Bond. From him, you’d expect less of the psychological grittiness that pervades the recent...

“Burnt” is on fire

    Perfect — this is a word meant to describe something that has no flaws in regards to the objective it was designed to fulfill....

Humor meets hostility in “Rock the Kasbah”

  “Rock the Kasbah” is not about The Clash. In fact, neither the British punk band nor their song “Rock the Casbah” are mentioned even...

Vin Diesel filmed his self-insert “Van Helsing” fanfiction and called it...

  I feel like I’m suffering from cinematic deja vu. With most of the big budget Hollywood movies released either in summer or around Christmas,...

Crimson Peak is the peak of movies this October

Master monster-maker Guillermo del Toro has once again proven that he doesn’t need to make a horror movie to provide scares and entertainment. Labeled...

Bridge of Spies is not abridged

“Bridge Of Spies,” screenplay by Matt Charman, Ethan and Joel Coen and directed by Steven Spielberg, is a powerhouse of a movie based on...

Goosebumps won’t give you too many goosebumps

I sat down to watch “Goosebumps” on the night of its premiere with no expectations whatsoever. Like many people whose childhoods spanned the mid-to-late...

“The Green Inferno” fizzles out

If you walked into “The Green Inferno” hoping to see Juni Cortez from “Spy Kids” get eaten by a bunch of cannibals who are...