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Movie Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure is Incurable

Maze Runner: The Death Cure, a so-called sci-fi adventure thriller, is unscientific, unadventurous and far from thrilling. The long-delayed epic from Fox will satisfy the paltry number of fans curious how the series ends. Beyond ...

Movie Review: The Greatest Showman is Far from Great

Fox’s new blockbuster movie musical is the holiday season’s biggest letdown. A great premise and cast are squandered – left with an atrocious script that undermines the integrity of the true P. T. Barnum story. ...

Movie Review: Flowery Ferdinand is Fine

Ferdinand isn’t like most run-of-the-mill family films. Instead of the often-predictable recycling of cheap jokes and slick animation, it opts for charm and thunderous heart. It’s not groundbreaking entertainment by a mile. But it’s entertaining ...

Murder on the Orient Express

Movie Review: Another Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express has been gorgeously remade with precision and charm. Fox’s new version brings the popular murder mystery story to new and old audiences.

Movie Review: Kingsman 2’s a Killer Ride

Speed, luxurious design and a pulse-pounding edge all ooze from Kingsman: The Golden Circle. It’s an action spy comedy that’s action-packed, smooth, and disturbingly funny. The only trouble is it delivers exactly what audiences are ...

Movie Review: Snatched is a Mother’s Day Disaster

It’s crude, it’s shallow, it’s lazy and stupid. And yet somehow, the new wannabe adventure comedy Snatched is supposed to be the choice in theatres to celebrate Mother’s Day. Instead, it’s cinematic catastrophe. The so-called ...

Movie Review: Logan’s Legacy at Last Complete

Visceral, violent, and vitally important, Logan (the newest X-Men adventure) is boldly different from multiple genres and infectiously dynamic. It’s a masterpiece to behold with it’s beautiful scenery and acting, and most of all, a ...