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You’d be mad to miss “Mad Max: Fury Road”

Australia truly is a dangerous place. If the giant spiders, crocodiles or box jellyfish don’t kill you, the roving bands of albino raiders certainly...

Tina Fey plus monkeys equals fun for all in “Monkey Kingdom”

Before going to see Disneynature’s latest film, “Monkey Kingdom,” I must ask you a couple of questions. First: Do you like monkeys? Specifically, do...

“Hot Pursuit” generates laughter

“Hot Pursuit” is a comedy directed by Anne Fletcher, and has generally elicited very unfavorable ratings. The narrative follows Texan police officer Rose Cooper...

“Age of Ultron” has Marvel showing its age

I think there were very few people who had low expectations for “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” As a comic book geek, I was pretty...

“The Water Diviner” provides a well of entertainment

Released just in time for Anzac Day, an Australian national holiday commemorating veterans, Russell Crowe stars in and directs “The Water Diviner,” a tragic...

“The Age of Adaline”: Boring Dorian Gray

I have a question for all of you. Would you be comfortable being in a committed relationship with someone who had previously been in...

Take some friends to see “Unfriended”

“Unfriended” is a 2015 American found-footage horror movie directed by Levan Gabriadze. It tells the tale of six high school students who encounter 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...

Film experience is as comfortable as “Home”

Although aliens and monsters are nothing new to animated kids’ movies, “Home” manages to stay original in its take on alien invasions. It avoids...

Horror films should follow in the steps of “It Follows”

One of the many things that doesn’t follow the horror genre is a decent reputation. However, with David Robert Mitchell’s new horror film, “It...