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Spectre isn’t Dalton era bad, but it is a waste of time, money and talent that cares more about setting up the next film that will hopefully be the Spectre film fans had hoped for if Daniel Craig decides to stick around for more Bond.
By no means is Our Brand is Crisis a terrible movie. It’s just a film with a weak script that doesn’t take any risks to make it special and standout
Truth at times may be your common news drama with it’s connect the dots action, but it does something I always appreciate as a movie viewer. Truth makes you think no matter what side you fall on with his news scandal.
Steve Jobs will surely be in the mix when it comes to the major categories in Award season and shows sometimes personal drama can be more compelling than car chases or the apocalypse.
There was potential for good film in the vain of the classic Bob Hope road trip movies, but Rock the Kasbah ends up being closer to Ishtar when it comes to quality.
Bridges of Spies could be seen as a metaphor for the Cold War itself. The film is a bunch of talk and posturing where nothing invigorating happens in the story.
It’s a shame to see such a talented cast get wasted in Crimson Peak which turns out to be a total snoozer that doesn’t decide to get thrilling until the last ten minutes of the film.
Goosebumps is an enjoyable kids film with a hint of horror giving your kids some harmless scares that will make you smile knowing your passing something down to them from your past.
Big Stone Gap should be a nice change-up for those longing for a relatable film that serves as looking-glass into the past instead of a big bloated blockbuster with no substance.
None of the pieces fit together in Pan and if I was the cast, crew and creators behind this bomb. I would be thanking my lucky stars that Fantastic Four came out this year. Otherwise, Pan would be in the running for biggest flop of the year.