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‘The Legend of Tarzan’ (2016) Review

The Legend of Tarzan (2016) Review: As we reach the middle of the summer blockbuster season, I think it’s time to acknowledge: This is a really weird summer. After the explosive way it began with ‘Captain America: Civil War’, week after week has been a constant stream of movies that

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‘Finding Dory’ (2016) Review

Finding Dory (2016) Review: Just Keep Feeling I’ve now reached a point in my life where the unnecessary sequels that are being made are based off of movies that I saw in their initial release. The feeling of a beloved story that may be muddled by the cash grab disguised as the

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‘Kingston Paradise’ (2016) Review

Kingston Paradise (2013) Review: Glory & Grit The Jamaican film industry is not overburdened by choice. The adage best equipped to describe it is quality over quantity. With such a small group to choose from, it’s not difficult for viewers to set one film as the standard of all Jamaican

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‘Warcraft’ (2016) Review

Warcraft (2016) Review: Don’t Believe The Hype* *(Non-Existent) Just as 2015 seemed to be the year of the spy, 2016 is apparently the year of the video game movie. Already we’ve had an Angry Birds movie, and later on we’re going to be treated to an Assassin’s Creed film. Those

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‘The Nice Guys’ (2016) Review

The Nice Guys (2016) Review: Action Comedy At Its Finest Being a big movie fan, you tend to hear certain names pop up now and again. There’s the usual like Spielberg, Cameron, Kubrick, Tarantino. Those are sort of introductory level names. As you go a little deeper though, you hear

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‘X-Men Apocalypse’ (2016) Review

X-Men Apocalypse (2016) Review: Uncannily Boring X-Men has never been my favourite superhero franchise. As action movies, they’ve had a few stand out moments here and there, and as superhero movies, there haven’t really been characters to follow besides Wolverine who kind of ran his course. That is of course

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‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ (2016) Review

Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016) Review: Fresh & Sharp When I was a kid I used to watch shows that were created for the sole purpose of getting across some message. Don’t raise your voice, read your bible, eat your vegetables. Back in the day, the message was always crystal

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‘Mother’s Day’ (2016) Review

Mother’s Day (2016) Review: Sorry, Moms. I can’t fault a movie like ‘Mother’s Day’ for existing. It’s a two hour greeting card put to film that stuffs all the faces that mothers like seeing. Julia Roberts. Jennifer Aniston. All it’s missing is a Sally Field or a Sandra Bullock and it would

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‘The Jungle Book’ (2016) Review

The Jungle Book (2016) Review: New Old World. Remakes have always felt weird to me. They exist because of a desire to update an old story for a new audience, but only get made when the old audience still has nostalgia for the old story. Right there you run the

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