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<b>Movie Review:</b> Deadpool

Movie Review: Deadpool

I want to shout it from mountaintops and treetops and the roofs of buildings, "Deadpool is @#$% awesome!" I want to grab everyone I see walking down the street and shout into their faces, "Why are you walking down the street? Why aren't you watching Deadpool? It's #$% awesome!"
<b>Movie Review:</b> Pride, Prejudice and Zombies

Movie Review: Pride, Prejudice and Zombies

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is not just poorly lit and framed like a made for TV movie from the 80s and confusing and bewildering and frustrating. It is boring. Dull.
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Revenant

Movie Review: The Revenant

From the first frame to the last, very rare is the film that has made its way into my psyche and taken up residence. I'm afraid I'll never shake this film off. And I'm afraid I don't want to.
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Hateful Eight

Movie Review: The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight is the least accessible of Quentin Tarantino's films. It is also his most deceptively simple.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Looking back, the 2015 edition

Movie Review: Looking back, the 2015 edition

Looking Back, the 2015 Edition Since my first review went up on January 24 of The Interview , I've posted 25 pieces. In that time I've watched a Mad Max, a Jurassic Park , a James Bond , a Rocky , and a Star Wars .
<b>Movie Review:</b> Star Wars: The Force Awakens <b>(spoiler free!)</b>

Movie Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (spoiler free!)

The Force Awakens is a jaw-dropping spectacle, a rich and detailed piece of film making, a strong mix of the nostalgic and the new.
<b>Movie Review:</b> In the Heart of the Sea

Movie Review: In the Heart of the Sea

In the Heart of the Sea looks beautiful. Amazing. Stunning. Awesome.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Creed

Movie Review: Creed

Creed is a story about legacy, about the shadows that the past casts over the present.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Spectre

Movie Review: Spectre

After 44 years of lawsuits and counter-suits and veiled references and parodies and unofficial Bond films, Spectre is back. Understand this: because of some bad people, the last time Spectre could be used in an official Bond film was Diamonds Are Forever in 1971.
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Final Girls

Movie Review: The Final Girls

Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson Video on Demand DVD and Blu Ray on November 3, 2015