Movie Review: Deepwater HorizonThe explosion is the focus of Deepwater Horizon, but the cast gives the audience its hope and depictions of heroism.
Movie Review: Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar ChildrenBurton creates a beautiful world full of amazing individuals in Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children, but it can't make up for lack of originality and an uninspired lead in the form of Asa Butterfield .
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Movie Review: The Magnificent SevenThe film has a good deal of unapologetic bloodshed, but that's part of the endearment of The Magnificent Seven.
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Movie Review: SullyTom Hanks' first class performance and the unique way Eastwood decides to unfold the drama at hand helps keep Sully from being just an ordinary film about an extraordinary event we are all too familiar with.
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Movie Review: Hands of StoneDirector Jonathan Jakubowicz keeps Hands of Stone authentic so be prepared for subtitles, but the turmoil and theatrics will keep your eyes glued to the screen as Edgar Ramirez, Robert De Niro and Usher Raymond supply first-rate interpretations as the combatants at the center of this paint by the numbers boxing biopic.
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