REVIEW: Main Concept Of ‘The House’ Not Fit For A Feature Film

“The House,” unfortunately, is another example of a film having comedic talent, but not the material to back it up. The film revolves around the lives of two middle class, small town parents, Scott (Will Ferrell) and Kate (Amy Poehler). The movie picks up in the summer just after their daughter Alex (Ryan Simpkins) graduates…
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REVIEW: ‘Baby Driver’ Is A B-Movie With Grade-a Filmmaking

Baby is not exactly a conventional name for an action movie character, but then again, Director Edgar Wright’s films are rarely conventional. The film of course follows the lead character who goes by the alias Baby, played by Ansel Elgort. As the title implies, Baby is a driver, but more specifically, he’s a getaway driver…
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Monday Movie Report: Recapping The Han Solo Movie Director Situation

Last week was a busy one for the higher-ups working on the “Star Wars” series. A few days ago, it was announced that both Phil Lord and Chris Miller would be replaced by Academy Award winning Director Ron Howard to complete the “Star Wars” spin-off film that’s completely focused on a young Han Solo. The…
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REVIEW: Good Cast Doesn’t Save Clichéd Comedy ‘Rough Night’

It’s always surprising when a movie comes along boasting plenty of talent that ultimately disappoints. “Rough Night” is a picture that falls into that category. The film revolves around the character Jess (Scarlett Johansson) and her group of friends who are reuniting after quite some time. Friends since their days in college, the group decides…
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REVIEW: ‘The Last Knight’ Is Another ‘Transformers’ That Doesn’t Get It Right

Convoluted story? Check. Weak acting? Check. Forgettable characters? Check. Humans given more important roles than the Autobots? Check. Yep, this is a typical Michael Bay “Transformers” movie, just like the others, and that’s not a good thing. The fifth installment, dubbed “The Last Knight,” picks up apparently a few years after the events of part…
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