Movie Reviews

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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...

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‘Theory of Everything’ is a moving success

It’s not often that a historical biopic has the ability to surprise you. The story can teach you things about a person...

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“Old Fashioned” Christian romance is cheesy but uplifting

Christian guy meets runaway girl. Girl and guy deny attraction. Girl and guy fall in love. We can all guess what happens...

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‘The Interview’ timely but unnecessary

“The Interview’s” evolution from stoner comedy blockbuster to controversial art house film status began back in Ju...

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American Sniper a grim film about country and family

Credited as being the most lethal sniper the United States has ever seen, former Navy Seal Chris Kyle was said to have e...