Movie Reviews

For the first part of Night at the Museum’s swan song, you can’t help but feel the franchise should be boxed up and put back into storage.
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While the action in this final (?) installment is daringly reduced to a bunch of random stuff happening for no reason, and coming to no conclusion, what is clear is that Jackson adores this world.
Advanced Style has enough leopard-print fabric, oversized sunglasses, wide-brimmed hats, and chunky jewellery to sink Manhattan into the Hudson River.
Although most of The Vancouver Asahi was shot in Japan, the film’s production department makes a plausible and lovingly crafted stab at rebuilding Vancouver’s Japantown.
Rihanna, Mila Kunis, and Ashton Kutcher make cameos, if you need more reasons to stay away.
Disney’s big-screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods is lavish, handsome, and just a little too sombre for its own good.
Certainly, any tale involving the man who led the mission to crack the Nazis’ Enigma code and helped pave the way for modern computer sciences is bound to be intellectually engaging.
I was truly looking forward to Chris Rock's first “real” venture as an auteur.
The story never really digs into the reasons for and repercussions of her work with female martyrs.