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Justice League

Movie Review: Justice League is a Jumbled Letdown

Superheroes are everywhere in cinemas these days, with new an endless parade of new movies in the genre coming every several weeks. Sadly, while Justice League had potential to be the landmark event film its ...

Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok Brings the Thunder

Superhero fans are going to have a field day. Thor: Ragnarok is easily the most engaging and entertaining in his own franchise, and the widest people pleaser maybe ever from Marvel Studios. Instead of being ...

Movie Review: All Thrills from The Foreigner

Jackie Chan doesn’t get nearly enough credit for just how truly talented a performer he is. If you’re looking for the latest evidence, look no further than The Foreigner, his latest action epic now delightfully ...

Movie Review: My Little Pony Filled with Fun

There probably isn’t a more colourful or enthusiastic movie this year than the first feature movie of My Little Pony. If you find yourself entering a theatre with your young children or older, “Brony” fans, ...

Movie Review: Lego Ninjago Assembles Slowly

The most frustrating thing about complicated Lego toy sets – when there are too many pieces, the instructions don’t make sense, and after all that work, the final product isn’t that cool. That same, slow ...

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 ...

American Assassin

Movie Review: Annoying, American Amateurs

American Assassin is the most generic action movie you’ll see this year. The action scenes have punches and gunshots, the dialogue is predictable,

Logan Lucky

Movie Review: Logan Lucky’s Lots of Fun

August is no stranger to quirky studio films, but the new crime comedy Logan Lucky is the most original and sincere movie this summer.

Movie Review: An Important, Inconvenient Sequel

Sometimes movies are made without the primary goal of entertaining an audience, but few succeed as engaging and compelling films. I’m happy to report An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Al Gore’s second nature documentary, ...

The Dark Tower

Movie Review: It’s a Short, Boring, Dark Tower

The month of August is known for uninspiring blockbusters, and The Dark Tower is no exception. It’s shallow from the beginning, and the fantasy action is far from engaging.

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