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  • Independence Day: Resurgence – Here We Go, Again – Review

    It’s July 4th all over again as the world gets ready to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of humanity defeating the aliens who invaded so long ago (all the way back in 1996!). However, predictions that the aliens would return have come true when a strange probe is shot down at the Moon Base run by our multi-national military force, but everybody better hold onto their booties, because what’s trailing behind the probe is an alien ship 3,000 miles in diameter, […]

  • Finding Dory – Never Bet Against Pixar – Review

    I have to admit I never thought a sequel to Finding Nemo would work, but it’s always a stupid idea to bet against the geniuses from Pixar. Set one year after the events of Finding Nemo, Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo (Hayden Rolance) are living happily in the reef, again.  However, Dory is starting to have flashbacks and memories of her time living all the way across the ocean in California.  Compelled to be reunited with her […]

  • Central Intelligence – The Rock and Kevin Hart Save The Day (And The Movie) – Review

    Back in 1996, Calvin Joyner (Kevin Hart) was the king of high school when he reigned as the star of every team, President of the student body, Homecoming King and the man voted Most Likely To Succeed. Twenty years later, while he did marry his high school sweetheart, Calvin finds himself dissatisfied with the life he leads working as an accountant and never achieving his goals.  All of that is about to change. As the 20-year reunion approaches, Calvin is […]

  • The Conjuring 2 – A Good Sequel! – Review

    Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are back as Lorraine and Ed Warren – the renowned demon fighters about to face their biggest challenge ever! It’s 1977, and, as they have become more famous after the Amityville Horror stories, the church has asked the couple to investigate a possible haunting and demonic possession in Enfield, England. An 11-year old girl, Janet (Madison Wolfe), and her family are being terrorized by some sort of ghost or demonic presence.  While several people have […]

  • Warcraft – The Dreck Of The Dreck – Review

    I am someone who openly embraces the words Wookiee and Vulcan, and even I am thinking this is junk. Toby Kebbell provides the voice of Durotan – a proud Orc warrior and leader of a clan that is not all that happy with Gul’dan (voice by Daniel Wu in a part screaming out for Nicolas Cage), who uses his sorcery to open up a portal to the human world in an attempt to use humans to further strengthen his powers […]

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows – Review

    I would say this is a movie made for kids, but, if you take your boy to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, he will emerge as a man after seeing Megan Fox parading around the early scenes in a sexy schoolgirl outfit.  You can’t say this movie is going for subtlety. Michelangelo (voice by Noel Fisher), Donatello (voice by Jeremy Howard), Raphael (voice by Alan Richman) and Leonardo (voice by Pete Ploszak) are back to fight crime […]

  • Me Before You – Bring The Tissues, Make a Friend – Review

    I went to the late night showing of this movie, and, can you believe it, I was the only man in a theater full of hopelessly romantic women.  If you want to be a hero, and get to know that cute gal sitting next you, bring a box of tissues. Emilia Clarke stars as Louisa – a bubbly, charming, hardworking gal from a working class family.  Sadly, she has been laid off after the restaurant where she works has to […]

  • Popstar – Will Bieber Realize He Is The Joke? – Review

    In this mockumentary, Andy Samberg stars as Conner4Real – a massive, Justin Bieber-like pop star followed by a film crew documenting the release of his 2nd album and the accompanying tour to promote it. Along the way we get to see Conner’s rise to fame with his long time group The Style Boyz, how his solo success tore them apart and how it all went to his head, which contributes to this impending disaster. Samberg and fellow writers/co-stars Jorma Taccone […]

  • X-Men: Apocalypse – Review

    Oscar Isaac stars as Apocalypse – the world’s oldest and most powerful mutant.  Back in 3600 BC, as he was sucking out the powers of another powerful mutant (that’s his move), the Egyptians buried him underneath the rubble of a pyramid. Now, in 1983, CIA agent Moira MacTaggert accidentally has unleashed him again giving this mutant with a massive God complex a chance to recruit new flunkies to do his bidding as he discovers the key to commanding the world […]