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The lack of effort on-screen in The Divergent Series: Allegiant is at an all time low for the franchise.
10 Cloverfield Lane drops the shaky cam and giant city smashing monster in favor of superb acting and intense story telling with a slow, but very rewarding burn in terms of the final outcome.
After showing her serious side as an actress in 2013’s Admission, Fey once again ditches the hokey jokes and gives us a character with flaws and issues in the form of Kim Baker in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
Zootopia is not one of Disney’s Masterpieces, but your kids will love it.
Gods of Egypt can be summed up with one simple word. Silly! Besides the fact none of the main players look or are Egyptain, this mythical fantasy film about the gods of the pyramids is just a poorly made film.
Based on the real life quest of Eddie Edwards to become an Olympian at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games, Eddie the Eagle soars above expectations one might expect from a cheesy sports film like this with its 1980’s vibe, sound and look.
Film critic T.M. Powell of CW44 in Tampa Bay gives his 2016 Oscar Predictions.
Even with the fast-moving pace that is too rushed sometimes, Race is still an entertaining biopic with a standout performance by Jason Sudeikis.
The Witch may not be a scare a minute movie experience, but the thoughts placed in your head by this creepy tale sticks with you long after the credits have rolled.
Zoolander 2 is littered with gags that were funny in 2001, but not today.