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World War Z Is Not The Book, But It’s Not Terrible

Equally thrilling and disappointing, bold and bad… the biggest zombie movie of all time delivers on suspense and action, but falls flat on pretty much everything else.


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It’s no Monsters, Inc, but Pixar’s new prequel is still a solid and welcome entry in the monsters’ mythos.


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Man Of Steel Proves His Mettle

Superman makes his return to the big screen in Man Of Steel, a movie whose scope and strengths do justice to the iconic DC hero. When it comes to super heroes, Superman’s is a deceptively […]


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After Earth Is A Perfectly Average Sci Fi Epic

Will Smith’s sci-fi father/ son opus is high on production value and crowd pleasing melodrama, but offers little to take away after the credits roll.


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Now You See Me Has Some Tricks Up Its Sleeve

The hipster magic/ crime caper is not what it seems, but it’s still seriously fun and more than a little silly.


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Fast & Furious 6 Proves There’s Still Mileage In This Franchise

The little action franchise that could is back, with another installment that makes for some great Summer blockbuster fun.


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Star Trek Into Darkness Boldly Goes Where We’ve Already Been

The sequel to Star Trek replaces charm and fun for too many explosions and plot twists which are– as Mr. Spock would say– “highly illogical.”


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The Great Gastby: All Dressed Up, A Few Places To Go

The lavish visuals on display in The Great Gatsby offer an immersive trip into the Roaring Twenties, but this excessive pomp, much like Jay Gatsby’s very personal schemes, are not quite enough to sweep the audience off our feet by the time the credits roll.