REVIEW: Action Visuals In ‘Hardcore Henry’ Don’t Carry Film Far Enough

“Hardcore Henry” is the first feature movie helmed by Russian filmmaker Ilya Naishuller and takes place entirely through a first person perspective. Right from the start, the gimmick the movie is utilizing is apparent. From the moment the lights go down to when the credits roll, the picture plays out just like a first person…
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Monday Movie Report: ‘Batman V Superman’ R-rated Cut Release Possibly Under Consideration For Warner Bros.

This weekend’s box office battle came down to two competitors, “The Boss” starring Melissa McCarthy and the superhero epic “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.” In the end, it was McCarthy’s comedy coming out on top, taking $23,480,000, beating out the $23,435,000 made by “Dawn of Justice.” With the domestic numbers not looking too strong…
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REVIEW: ‘The Boss’ Stumbles Due To Poor Writing

Melissa McCarthy is back with another comedy, this time playing a character who happens to be the owner of a huge corporate empire. The character is Michelle Darnell, who rose to the top on her own and used cut-throat business practices to do so. Her ways of getting by eventually lead her into trouble, though,…
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REVIEW: ‘God’s Not Dead 2’ Sacrifices Good Film-making To Deliver Message

What happens when you make a movie with no substance or style and instead focus simply on a message? You get “God’s Not Dead.” When you do it again, you get “God’s Not Dead 2.” The sequel tells the story of Grace Wesley (Melissa Joan Hart), a devout Christian and high school history teacher. During…
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REVIEW: Greek Wedding 2 Is A Messy Rehash Of The Original

“My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” is the sequel that no one really wanted. The movie picks up quite a ways in the future from where the first one ended. The main characters, Toula (Nia Vardalos) and Ian (John Corbett) are still married and are trying to prepare their daughter Paris (Elena Kampouris) for college.…
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