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Don’t come back to watch “The Lazarus Effect”

Arriving straight from the gates of hell, “The Lazarus Effect” wreaks havoc on God-fearing fans of well-crafted horror films. In Blumhouse Productions’ new film,...

“Hot Tub Time Machine 2” so bad you’ll want to drown

January and February are often poor months for moviegoers: Big studios release tawdry films while most of the country is holed up in heavy...

“McFarland, USA” stumbles, but manages to keep pace

Sometimes, a film is so formulaic that it becomes terrible. It’s a heavy-handed, predictable mess that plucks on your heartstrings like the world’s least...

“50 Shades of Grey” is mediocre sexploitation

It has been done. I went and saw “50 Shades of Grey” in a crowded room and didn’t get up to leave partway through....

“Spongebob Squarepants” is a splash of fun

The sponge is back, more visually and aesthetically stunning than ever. Fifteen years into the game and these aquatic creatures are still alluring in...

Even the seventh son can’t save the awfulness of “Seventh Son”

Have you ever seen a movie that someone claimed is “so bad it’s good?” Well, this is not one of those movies, choosing to...

“Jupiter Ascending”: Guardians of the Galaxy? Never heard of it.

Well, our march through the cinematic wasteland of January and February continues, with nervous studios trotting out potentially bad films to be torn to...

New “Godzilla” is surprisingly a must-see

I was nervous for weeks on the lead-up to this movie — the memory of Roland Emmerich’s last abominable attempt to make an American...

“The Big Wedding” Review

“The Big Wedding,” directed by Justin Zackham (“The Bucket List”), explores a trending subject in today’s television shows and movies: the modern family. As...

“Jack the Giant Slayer” Film Review

Following in the path of “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters,” director Bryan Singer continues the fad of revamping old time children’s stories into full-blown...