Even with a star-filled cast and unique storyline, “Monuments Men” failed to live up to expectations.
“That Awkward Moment” proves subpar because of its unoriginal plot, despite the great performance from Miles Teller.
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“Lone Survivor” provides realistic insight into the life of a Navy SEAL, while instilling a sense of American pride in viewers. If you like combat scenes, this movie is made for you.
Netflix documentary “Mitt” shows the family man behind two-time presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.
“Her”, starring Joaquin Phoenix and the voice of Scarlet Johansson, tells the story of a man just looking for love in the modern age of technology
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Scott Cooper’s down-and-dirty revenge film is depressingly familiar and only propped up by amazing actors. It receives two stars out of four.
Catching Fire picks up shortly where the first movie left off with Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark touring the various districts of Panem as the victors of the 74th annual Hunger Games.
“Delivery Man”, a remake of the Canadian movie “Starbuck”, proves to not be up to par with the original movie.
Although most romantic comedies are dumbed down and low-quality, “About Time” breathes new life into the genre as a quirky masterpiece.