Movie Review - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2The Hunger Games franchise could have been your regular uninspired Young Adult series, but Jennifer Lawrence comes strong and makes sure we see the pain and vengeance in Katniss' eyes in Mockingjay Part 2.
Movie Review: SpotlightIn today's media where the focus is on no talent reality stars and their egotistical lifestyles, Spotlight gives the audience a past glimpse of real reporting that can change the world we live in.
Movie Review: The Night BeforeRogen's hilarious role makes The Night Before worth the price of admission even if the rest of the film is lacking that special something that makes it a groundbreaking comedy.
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Movie Review: SuffragetteMulligan and Gleeson turn in strong showings that make the hard to watch Suffragette worth at least one viewing just to gain perspective on the brutal way of life for many of these women that were striving for equality.
Movie Review: The Peanuts MovieLongtime fans of the series should be proud of this film that will hopefully lead to a whole new generations discovering Schulz's creations.
Movie Review: SpectreSpectre 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.
Movie Review: Our Brand Is CrisisBy 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
Movie Review: Steve JobsSteve 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.
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: PanNone 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.
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 WalkThe Walk may take a while to get off the ledge, but once it does. You'll be holding your breath and afraid to look up at the screen.
Movie Review: SicarioBlunt may be the lead, but Benicio Del Torro is the star of the Sicario. His performance will surely garner Oscar Buzz playing a consultant who is one bad dude and not to be messed with.