Dec 102019
 

IT Chapter Two is slightly better than the first movie mostly because I found the visuals to be more interesting, though still not scary and while I liked this ensemble, never really found much of an emotional connection.

 

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Nov 042019
 

The Angry Birds Movie 2 is a pointless but ultimately harmless sequel that the kids will enjoy and adults with kids can watch with them and not want to gauge their eyes out and the humor itself is on the obvious plain but fine.

 

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May 032017
 

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the fantasy-adventurer, Power Rangers starring various unknowns, Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston and directed by Dean Israelite.

 

 

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Sep 232016
 

Buena Vista Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the family fantasy film, The BFG starring Mark Rylance, Rebecca Hall, Bill Hader and Ruby Barnhill and directed by some guy fella Steven Spielberg. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Aug 152016
 

The Angry Birds Movie might be fine for younger viewers and the animation looks gorgeous, the voice cast talented and a decent enough core story but the jokes fell flat and I was mostly bored throughout its 90-minute running time.

 

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Nov 072015
 

Inside Out might not be in the upper echelon of Pixar movies (top 5 for me are the Toy Story 1-3, Monsters Inc. and Up) but it’s another solid entry and winner for the studio. I really enjoyed the story but beyond that the voice casting was so well done. This 4-disc set release offers excellent video and audio and a fine selection of bonus material.

 

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Sep 102014
 

They Came Together might not quite come together, no pun intended (really) like the filmmakers wanted, and not close to Wet Hot American Summer, but there is a certain charm in its spoofing of the romantic comedy genre mainly due to the comedic timing of Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler.

 

 

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