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Film Review: Shot Caller
This tough and gritty story of a convict’s regrets and redemption also offers a surprising amount of emotion from Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s eye-opening performance.
Film Review: The Hitman's Bodyguard
An above-average, obscenity-laden buddy comedy that mostly excels due to the brilliant comic pairing of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson.
Film Review: 68 Kill
This bona-fide grindhouse film constantly goes for violent and gory shock value, yet manages to connect more through its hilarious female characters.
Film Review: Savage Dog
A mostly incompetent action throwback, this Scott Adkins vehicle only realizes halfway through the movie it should be a gory revenge flick.
Film Review: Broken Mile
A chase thriller that may be the most boring use of the one-take movie gimmick ever.
Film Review: Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk
A suitably punky, fast-paced doc that may be long and overly talky but is undeniably comprehensive.
Film Review: Who the F**k Is That Guy? The Fabulous Journey of Michael Alago
This fairly mediocre behind-the-scenes doc about rock history should have some appeal to Metallica fans and possibly others.
Film Review: The Gracefield Incident
Another horrible found-footage thriller, suffering from some of the worst acting and direction yet to be seen using the format.
Texting at the Movies: ‘The Emoji Movie’ brings thought icons to the big screen
From the moment Sony Pictures Animation announced 'The Emoji Movie' at CinemaCon 2016, there were many questions about what exactly that movie might be.
Film Review: Battle Scars
A serious drama about something with which many soldiers have to contend, needlessly diluted by a terrible crime thriller premise.
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