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"Sabotage" is a bad Quentin Tarantino wannabe. Compared to this film, something like “Kill Bill” comes off charming, subtle and restrained.
I love the Muppets. I have liked all the films and even loved a few. "Muppets Most Wanted" is in between.
Based on the characters created by Jay Ward, this treatment of a dog who adopts his boy is clever and respectful of the classic cartoon's legacy while certainly taking “modern” license.
Liam Neeson is riveting as Bill Marks, a federal air marshal on a transatlantic flight, who starts receiving text messages from someone on-board demanding 150 million dollars and promising to kill someone every...
“3 Days to Kill” is a mess. Oh, it’s entertaining, but a mess nonetheless.
“With so many people dying, who cares?” It was not an uncommon question asked of Frank Stokes, who leads a group of historians, architects, curators and artists on a mission to save plundered art an...
“Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” is a first-rate spy thriller that keeps you riveted and on the edge of your seat without bathing you in blood and flaunting sexuality.
I didn’t have the chance to book a root canal, so I did the next best thing. I saw “August: Osage County.”
The one-word review for “Saving Mr. Banks” is "charming."
If you’re going to buy a ticket for this film, grit your teeth, hang on and get ready for a real rough ride.