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  • Incarnate – Aaron Eckhart gets PAID! – Review

    Aaron Eckhart must have been paid some BIG BANK to make this Incarnate slop. Eckhart stars as Dr. Seth Ember – an incarnate who battles demons by entering the minds of those who are possessed.  More badass than those exorcist dudes, Seth has been chasing after a particular demon, Mary, who may have shown up in a possessed teen boy, Cameron (David Mazouz). For Seth, this one is personal!  So, he sets off to do battle with Mary one more […]

  • Moana – The Rock Sings! – Review

    The Rock is ready to sing his way into your heart this Thanksgiving. Are you ready to let him in? In this Disney animated holiday adventure, Auli’i Cravalho stars as Moana – the next in line to lead her Hawaiian tribe.  While life on their island has been idyllic, the future is starting to look bleak as crops fail and fishermen struggle to bring back anything to eat. To solve the dilemma, Moana wants to set sail into the ocean […]

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – Newt Scamander is no Harry Potter, Yet

    It might not pick up at the same level Harry Potter left off, but it might reach it over time and with a couple more tries.  You didn’t think Rowling and Warner Brothers were going to be One and Done with this, did you? Set in 1926, Eddie Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander – a mysterious traveler who arrives in New York clutching a curious suitcase.  Little does the world know, that suitcase carries magical creatures, and Newt can’t let […]

  • Arrival – Hokey Malarkey – Review

    Why are so many going so gaga over Arrival? Did the election drive us to the point where we all need a hug, and Amy Adams is standing there with her arms wide open in the form of a soft, soulful alien movie? Adams stars as Louise – a leading linguistics professor suffering from personal loss.  One day, a group of 12 strange alien space ships arrive on Earth, and Louise is recruited by Colonel Weber (Forest Whitaker) to begin […]

  • Doctor Strange – Marvel Wins Again – Review

    The unlikely superhero superstar Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Doctor Stephen Strange – a talented, cocky, selfish neurosurgeon.  His life is decimated after a horrifying accident leaves him physically unable to perform surgery anymore, so Strange sets off desperately looking for any experimental procedure possible to make him whole again. The journey leads to Nepal, where he starts to learn about powers and abilities he never knew existed, and can’t quite comprehend. Of course, this leads him into the middle of […]

  • Inferno – Hanks Can’t Light The Fire – Review

    Tom Hanks wants to set the box office on fire with Inferno, but he needs a bigger flame thrower. Hanks is back as Robert Langdon – the Da Vinci Code’s Harvard professor of symbology who finds himself waking up in a hospital in Florence, Italy.  He can’t remember the past few days, and he is plagued by horrifying hallucinations, but the doctor on call, Sienna (Felicity Jones), is a big fan, so she springs into action to help Langdon when […]

  • Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Review

    Jack Reacher may never go back, but Tom Cruise knows going back and making a sequel will lead to a big fat paycheck, so he’s back as the former military police commander who wanders the country fighting injustice and kicking the bad guys in the booty like some sort of vagabond Batman. After busting some bad guys down south, Reacher establishes a flirty relationship with one of his successors, Turner (Cobie Smulders), but romance will have to wait because she […]

  • The Girl On The Train – You Can Skip This Stop – Review

    Get ready to meet the most mentally and emotionally unstable group of people ever assembled on a screen (and who are not running for President). Emily Blunt stars as Rachel – a lost soul of a woman whose life is in shambles.  Each day, she rides the train past her old home and has to witness her ex-husband’s, Tom (Justin Theroux), new life with the new wife, Anna (Rebecca Ferguson). However, Rachel finds herself oddly fascinated and obsessed with one […]

  • Deepwater Horizon – More Action Than Feelings – Review

    Based on the true story, Mark Wahlberg stars as Mike Williams – a lead tech on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig about 41 miles off the coast of Louisiana.  The rig’s captain, Jimmy Harrell (Kurt Russell), has been butting heads with the project’s managers from British Petroleum over whether or not the proper safety measures and maintenance have taken place, and Mike is in agreement. However, the project is 43 days behind schedule, and the order is given to start […]