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‘The Grinch’ is bright, cute and fun with some sweet moments
‘Incredibles 2’ Movies Anywhere review: Samuel L Jackson’s passion for comic books, Racoon Fight scene breakdown ‘The Incredibles 2’ continues the family of ‘Supers’ adventure with feeling, fun and action Disney’s romantic ‘Lady and the Tramp’ arrives on digital, Blu-ray, adds some historical value for modern audiences
Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ unapologetically distresses audiences while breaking the horror genre tropes
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ fails at being a ‘slasher film with a twist’ ‘Halloween’ ignores countless sequels to be the best film in the series since the original ‘The First Purge’ continues the government experiment with a violent, higher death toll
Review: ‘How to Train Your Dragon The Hidden World’ wraps up the trilogy on a down note
‘Lego Movie 2’ brings more family fun and addictive songs Emily Blunt makes ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ nearly perfect in every way for fans of the original film ‘The Grinch’ is bright, cute and fun with some sweet moments
Ben Affleck shines in Netflix’s ‘Triple Frontier’ mixing a heist film with military machismo
‘Captain Marvel’ expands the MCU as the cosmic war comes to earth ‘Mortal Engines’ is a visually stunning ‘Star Wars’ ‘Hunger Games’ ‘Transformers’ amalgam, set to be ‘Rocky Horror’ ‘Venom’ proves Sony needs Marvel’s help because even Tom Hardy can’t save the film
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ fails at being a ‘slasher film with a twist’
‘The Predator’ is cursed by Shane Black’s horrible writing and attempt to be Quentin Tarantino ‘Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom’ Review: Predictable fun ‘A Quiet Place’ balances horror, thrills, a pro-life message and monsters perfectly
‘Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom’ Review: Predictable fun
‘Tomb Raider’ reboots the Lara Croft’s adventures, but is slow to get Alicia Vikander moving ‘Star Wars The Last Jedi’ pushes the franchise story forward with twists, humor and tons of action ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ tells the same ole story
‘First Man’ highlights the feat of reaching the moon, overcoming tragedy
‘Life Itself’ offers a hollow, boring message on love and the journey of life ‘An Interview with God’ Movie Review: Brenton Thwaites shines in a drama to ask God the tough questions ‘Running For Grace’ Review: A historic look at triumph over racism, but lacks depth for a wide audience
‘Captain Marvel’ expands the MCU as the cosmic war comes to earth
‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a surprisingly fresh and hilariously funny angle to a storyline we have seen ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a small film making an even smaller impact on the MCU ‘Thor Ragnarok’ Blu-Ray extras highlight the talented Taika Waititi
Emily Blunt makes ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ nearly perfect in every way for fans of the original film
REVIEW: ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ is more ‘Wizard of Oz’ than classical ballet ‘Life Itself’ offers a hollow, boring message on love and the journey of life ‘Christopher Robin’ is ‘sweet’ adventure for Winnie the Pooh
‘Goosebumps 2’ avoids entertain for adults with a film just for the kids
‘Night School’ flunks Kevin Hart’s humor in a film better suited for a ‘date night’ at home ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ entertains and challenges with beautiful cinematography ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ is cheesy and predictable, but is a fun way to close out the trilogy
Pure Flix falls flat with ‘Samson’ but don’t blame Taylor James
‘Sully’ review: An overrated abuse of facts, Clint Eastwood should be ashamed ‘Bridge of Spies’ Review: Spielberg delivers Cold War drama, great look at East Germany split ‘Steve Jobs’ Review: a jarring biopic, revealing the flawed Apple head
‘Logan Lucky’ Review: Steven Soderbergh returns with hillbilly heist film full of hijinks
Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ challenges audiences on NSA spying, but fails to deliver much entertainment ‘Sicario’ is an Oscar worthy and thrilling looks at the war against Mexican drug cartels ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ Review: Liam Neeson phones in a violent, moody crime caper
‘Mortal Engines’ is a visually stunning ‘Star Wars’ ‘Hunger Games’ ‘Transformers’ amalgam, set to be ‘Rocky Horror’
Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’ still drawing new fans ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ is just more weird than good ‘Beauty and the Beast’ packed full of CGI ‘eye candy’ but finds a way to remain ‘charming’
‘Life Itself’ offers a hollow, boring message on love and the journey of life
Disney’s romantic ‘Lady and the Tramp’ arrives on digital, Blu-ray, adds some historical value for modern audiences ‘Forever My Girl’ Review: The Romance never clicks in this sweet, predictable film ‘The Only Living Boy in New York’: Callum Turner shines in dialogue driven intellectual drama
‘Gosnell’ brings the shocking facts of Kermit Gosnell’s House of Horrors to the big screen
‘First Man’ highlights the feat of reaching the moon, overcoming tragedy ‘Running For Grace’ Review: A historic look at triumph over racism, but lacks depth for a wide audience ‘Paul Apostle of Christ’ highlights the Christian persecution and hunger for righteousness in Paul’s ministry
James McAvoy shines in ‘Glass’ which just can’t quite live up to the expectations
‘The Visit’ Review: M Night Shyamalan delivers great balance of horror and comedy ‘Tomorrowland’ review: Great visuals, humor highlight family film on optimism ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ Review: Liam Neeson phones in a violent, moody crime caper

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