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Mowgli (Neer Sethi) and Bagheera (voiced by Ben Kingsley) in this years remake of the 1967 animated classic The Jungle Book.

Return to the wild with Jungle Book

Rowan Lehr May 10, 2016

The Jungle Book is a spectacular live action and digital animation hybrid remake of Walt Disney’s 1967 animated classic.Modern and mildly dark, the 2016 film fits right in with the new wave of live action...

The new movie is a parody of the Purge and features Mike Epps, Mike Tyson, Charlie Murphy, King Bach, Gary Owen and George Lopez.

Meet the Blacks is a nightmare

Rowan Lehr April 18, 2016

There is nothing good about Meet the Blacks.The film (90 minutes and rated R) featured a grotesque over-reliance on racist jokes and foul language, which seem to be a byproduct of lazy writing. The runtime...

Affleck plays a great new Batman

Affleck plays a great new Batman

Ricardo Cortez April 10, 2016

It’s finally here. The heavyweight bout of the century. The Dark Knight vs the Man of Steel himself. March 24th, 2016 Batman vs Superman was released from its floodgates.When I heard about the movie...

Ryan Reynolds plays Deadpool in the popular new Marvel Comics film directed by Tim Miller.

Deadpool is a great origin story

Rowan Lehr March 3, 2016

Deadpool is a fantastic and intense movie that violently spews chunks of backstory.The sex, violence and language in the film (108 minutes, rated R) were no joke and almost necessary for the plot to make...

Bernie Webber and Miriam are engaged in Craig Gillespies film The Finest Hours, which tells the true story of a Coast Guard rescue in the 1950s.

The Finest Hours tells a memorable story

Michael Acosta February 18, 2016

The Finest Hours is a really good movie that is based on a true story.The movie (117 minutes, rated PG-13) is set in Massachusetts in the 1950s and starts out with Bernie Webber (played by Chris Pine)...

Green Inferno squanders its potential

Green Inferno squanders its potential

Victoria Garcia October 14, 2015

The Green Inferno, like most films by director/screenwriter/actor Eli Roth, is full of gore and bad acting. It’s safe to say that the film (103 minutes, rated R) is just another cliché cannibalism story....

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