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“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...

All that glitters is not pixie dust

If you have a shred of sentiment or love toward the original Disney animated film “Peter Pan” or the film “Hook,” then I highly...

Depp get deep in “Black Mass”

In a world where superhero movies reign supreme, seeing a well put together realistic crime-drama is a breath of fresh air. “Black Mass,” is...

The complex, moral conundrums of “Sicario”

Let me preface this review by stating: this is a cruel and complex film, for a cruel and complex reality. "Sicario" which means “hitman”...

The Martian: think Chris Pratt in “Gravity”

You know, it isn’t easy being this salty. Seeing a mediocre or bad film usually leaves me a little leeway, with so much to...

“The Scorch Trials” and the problem with film series

Our story opens with a small cohort of adventurers leaving the world they knew to find salvation at a settlement in the mountains. Along...

“Inside Out” is Pixar’s comeback

Pixar’s done it again. They’ve crafted another modern animated classic that hits all the zones: gorgeous animation, spot-on voice casting, an emotional story that...

“Jurassic World:” It’s a Capitalistic World After All

As a young lass plopped in front of a VHS player and mini television combo, my third bowl of sugary cereal in hand, I...

The Rock rocks amidst falling rocks in the raucous “San Andreas”

My goodwill towards action movies is uncharacteristically strong, partly because of “Mad Max: Fury Road” and partly because I recently re-watched the first “Die...

“Tomorrowland’s” future is dimly lit

“Tomorrowland” takes a few Disneyland references and slaps them onto the background of a film that otherwise does not feel like a Disney movie....