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Movie Review: The Hateful EightThe Hateful Eight is entertaining, but does nothing to separate itself as the 8th film in Tarantino's library and plays more like a "best of" episode that shows the tendencies of the eccentric director.
Movie Review: CarolCarol shows the road to love isn't always pretty and perfect with a bow on top, but that's what makes the film such an interesting and beautiful viewing experience.
Movie Review: SistersSisters should have been funnier with its R rated humor and especially with these two immense comedic talents like Fey and Poehler involved. Instead we are left with lame jokes that aren't edgy and two characters we don't really care about due to a lack of depth even by comedy standards.
Movie Review: RoomLarson has received serious Oscar Buzz for her role in Room as Joy and rightfully so, but her young costar Tremblay carries the film as her son Jack who is a product of the sexual abuse Joy endures from her captive over a seven year period.
Movie Review: Bridge of SpiesBridges 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.
Movie Review: GoosebumpsGoosebumps 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.
Movie Review: The MartianRidley Scott's execution is flawless, but what makes The Martian special is its heart which is provided by a career defining performance by Matt Damon.
Movie Review: The VisitShyamalan still has a long way to go to repair his career, but The Visit is a fun little horror film at times with an eerie vibe that manages to keep you guessing.
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Movie Review: No EscapeThe art of the action thriller is rediscovered in the new film No Escape starring Owen Wilson, Lake Bell & Pierce Bronson.