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The art of the action thriller is rediscovered in the new film No Escape starring Owen Wilson, Lake Bell & Pierce Bronson.
First things first: Illegal drugs are bad and you should just say no. That being said, the natural plant called marijuana can make movies hilarious.
The comedy and romance fall flat in American ultra, which unfortunately makes the well done hand to hand combat scenes of the film seem out-of-place in a film like this.
Straight Outta Compton is a nostalgic trip that brings prestige to the group and is one of the best musical biopics to date.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is an enjoyable TV translation with two amusing operatives saving the world against a Cold War European backdrop.
Not many will check out The End of the Tour as it won’t appeal to the masses, but don’t be surprised if Segel’s name gets called during award season for Supporting Actor.
The new Fantastic Four reboot keeps the franchise’s legacy of awful movies intact, by tearing down the foundation of what made the first family of Marvel great.
Ricki and the Flash is nothing noteworthy, but Streep and the rest of the cast rise above the material to make a decent film to watch on a rainy Redbox day.
The Gift will mess with your mind and make you think twice about what you say about people behind their backs.
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is a cool film, that delivers the action you expect during the heart of the summer movie season.