Money Monster (2016) – 4/5

With an original story and powerful performances, Money Monster gets everyone’s attention as soon as it starts, but time doesn’t seem to be this movie’s friend since redundancy and predictability become pronounced soon after. Successfully executed for the most part, it seems director Jodie Foster is slowly but surely pushing her way into her directing […]

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Leap Year (2010) – 2/5

I enjoy a good romantic comedy, but honestly, I am not a fan of the genre. Leap Year is everything a romantic comedy should be: cheesy, sweet, and downright dull, tedious, and predictable. The film will leave you wondering if there is any way you can make up for that hour and a half you […]

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Midnight Special (2016) – 4/5

Midnight Special delivers everything you can expect from a sci-fi movie.. That is, if you are okay with open-ended conclusions and incomplete stories. However, the gorgeous visuals, suspenseful plot and wonderful performances, will allow you to appreciate and see the potential in this film. Director Jeff Nichols brings to the big screen everything you can expect from a […]

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Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011) – 4/5

Dreamworks studios’ animated movies might still be a little behind Pixar, but they definitely do not go unnoticed. Kung Fu Panda 2 is funny, beautifully animated, and simply enjoyable.  It is  not only at the same level as the first movie, but also manages to achieve a balance between being a sequel and a film on its own. […]

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Steve Jobs (2015) – 4.5/5

With a fascinating story, a brilliant screenplay, and amazing performances, Steve Jobs is the perfect example of everything a biographical film is supposed to be, and much more. The movie starts off with a fantastic opening scene; a calculated scene in every aspect, giving us the perfect glimpse at what type of person Steve Jobs […]

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