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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ has enough of a foundation for next time
Wednesday Aug 13 2014
It has been seven years since the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles appeared in theaters. This time, they come armed with a big budget, cutting-edge special effects and mega-watt produ ...
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ probably savviest Marvel movie
Wednesday Aug 06 2014
The Marvel Comics universe is more than just superheroes saving their cities from evildoers with nefarious plots. Making their biggest gamble to date, the studio is adapting a les ...
‘Lucy’ entertaining enough to enjoy
Wednesday Jul 30 2014
The premise behind “Lucy” is that humans only use a small portion of their brains and that they could develop God-like powers if they unlocked its full capacity. Perha ...
‘The Purge: Anarchy’ concept hard to accept
Tuesday Jul 22 2014
Movies will often ask you to buy in to a high concept that is otherwise ridiculous but crucial to the film’s plot. If I have to believe that the government has made ...
‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ entertains while providing thought-provoking messages
Tuesday Jul 15 2014
The follow-up to “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” is a better film in every fashion. It’s bigger, smarter and it even improves upon the already ground-breaking s ...
‘Tammy’ should have been great
Tuesday Jul 08 2014
On paper, giving Melissa McCarthy her own starring vehicle isn’t a bad idea, considering the stand-out supporting performances she has given in movies such as “Bridesma ...
This ‘Transformers’ hits lowest common demoninator
Wednesday Jul 02 2014
Has there ever been a blockbuster summer franchise as aggressively committed to the lowest common denominator as the “Transformers” movies? Each successive film is see ...
Don’t miss ‘22 Jump Street’
Wednesday Jun 18 2014
Comedy sequels suffer from an inherent problem in that jokes are funnier when you hear them the first time. By the time subsequent installments attempt to recapture the magic of t ...
‘Edge of Tomorrow’ lives up to its potential
Tuesday Jun 10 2014
Any film with a time loop gimmick automatically owes a lot to “Groundhog Day.” While other films have toyed around with this idea, few have lived up to the potential. ...
‘Maleficent’ an excuse to sell Disney merchandise
Wednesday Jun 04 2014
In yet another re-imagining of a classic fairy tale, “Maleficent” sees Angelina Jolie take on the role of the titular villain, a part she was seemingly born to play, to ...
‘X-Men’ given new life in latest film
Wednesday May 28 2014
The last X-Men movie helmed by Bryan Singer, “X2,” was universally regarded to be one of the best films in the series and the high-water mark that was only sporadically ...
“Godzilla’ destined to be a monster movie classic
Thursday May 22 2014
The King of Monsters doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to crossing over from Japan to the United States. The 1998 film from big-budget spectacle ...
‘Neighbors’ is funny with life messages
Thursday May 15 2014
When a rowdy fraternity moves in next door to a couple with a baby, a war breaks out between the young kids who just want to party and the new parents trying to figure out the ...
‘Heaven Is for Real’ preaches to the choir
Wednesday May 07 2014
It’s easy enough to imagine one’s faith in God challenged by an opposing viewpoint. Science vs. Creationism locked in a never-ending debate about what is and is not pr ...
“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” really isn’t so astounding
Wednesday Apr 30 2014
We’re now two films into Sony’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise and it has yet to produce a single compelling villain that can stand against the likes of those found ...
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