Movie Reviews

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“Bridge of Spies” examines personal side of Cold War

For most of us, we were born near the end or after the Cold War. We are aware of its effects on life throughout the late...

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“Crimson Peak” a visually stunning work of gothic horror

To those who are familiar with Guillermo Del Toro’s previous films, “Crimson Peak” should feel familiar. Some of t...

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“Goodnight Mommy” ditches horror clichés for disturbing chills

There are no jump scares nor is there a reliance on many of the traits that are often overused in a horror movie, yet ...

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“Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation” a slick and thrilling spy film

“Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” opens with action movie veteran Tom Cruise clinging for dear life to the side...

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“Sicario” addresses relevant issue of drug war

For centuries in Europe, warfare was carried out in an organized manner. Both sides would meet on the field of battle an...

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“The Intern” a feel-good comedy with wide audience appeal

It seems as though great, feel-good comedies are in short supply these days, but this fall brings us “The Intern” fr...

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“Black Mass” provides excellent performances, rich story

When going to a movie, the viewer typically has an idea where the story is going to go. When it comes to “Black Mass,...

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“Inside Out” is great addition to classic Pixar films

Many critics had feared that the middling success of “Cars 2,” “Brave”  and “Monsters University” meant tha...

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‘Jurassic World’ is fun, but ultimately disappoints

I have generally found that films which get off to a bumpy start have a knack for picking up speed in the second and thi...

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Avengers: Age of Ultron is fast, light and fun

The most anticipated movie event of the summer has finally hit theaters in the form of a superhero rock concert. When th...