Monday Movie Report: ‘Flash’ Needs New Director, ‘Civil War’ Dominates Int’l Box Office

In the ongoing attempt to get its cinematic universe off the ground, Warner Bros. and DC Comics hit another snag recently. According to Variety, Seth Grahame-Smith is leaving the director position of “The Flash” because of “creative differences” with Warner Bros. “The Flash,” which was scheduled for release on March 3, 2018, would have been…
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REVIEW: Key And Peele Deliver Laughs, But Don’t Escape Flaws With ‘Keanu’

Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, a duo who brought a refreshing, sharp sketch humor show to Comedy Central, have finally taken the leap to the big screen in “Keanu.” In their first team-up on the silver screen, Peele plays Rell while Key portrays Clarence. The two are average “everymen” who live relatively safe, good lives.…
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REVIEW: Acting Veterans Highlight Drama ‘Eye In The Sky’

If the government has a chance to take out high profile terrorists, should it take the shot? That’s the question asked in Director Gavin Hood’s “Eye in the Sky.” The movie takes place at a few different locations, a command center with Colonel Katherine Powell (Helen Mirren), a government meeting room with Lieutenant General Frank Benson…
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REVIEW: Weak Plot, Pacing Doom ‘Huntsman’ Sequel

Chris Hemsworth is back for the sort of half prequel, half sequel to the kind of hit “Snow White and the Huntsman.” The film opens by telling the story of Queen Freya (Emily Blunt), the sister of Ravenna (Charlize Theron), the villain of the first movie. After being terribly betrayed, Freya’s magic ice powers awaken…
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REVIEW: While Predictable, ‘Barbershop’ Sequel Delivers With Heart

Ice Cube is back with the “Barbershop” crew and this time he went out of his way to add some depth and drama into the mix of comedy. The film picks up with Ice Cube’s character Calvin, who is now successfully running his barbershop in Chicago with his business partner Angie (Regina Hall). For the…
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