movie review

Foxcatcher Is A Creepy Psychological Drama

John du Pont was not only heir to the du Pont family fortune, but also a ornithologist, a philanthropist, a sports enthusiast and a wrestling coach. Even with all those titles though, he is perhaps most famously know for being a convicted murderer. In 1997 he was convicted of the 1996 murder of his friend, and Olympic Gold Medalist Dave Schultz. Foxcatcher tells the story of how Du Pont met Schultz and his brother, and the events that led to the murder.

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Keanu Reeves Is Still At The Top Of His Game In John Wick

Keanu Reeves returns to action movies in John Wick, a revenge fueled action movie that doesn’t slow down until the credits role.

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The Best Of Me Is A Romantic, Yet Predictable, Movie

The Best Of Me is the latest Nicholas Sparks novel to be given the big screen treatment, Even though it can be cheesy and predictable at times, it’s still an enjoyable watch.

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The Face Of Love Is A Thought Provoking Movie

The Face Of Love explores the possibility of falling in love with an exact duplicate of a loved one and raises a few questions by doing so.

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American Hustle’s Star Studded Cast Delivers Laughs & Drama

American Hustle combines and all star cast with an award nominated director for a film that promises both comedy and drama. See if it lived up to the hype.

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Catching Fire Is An Entertaining Sequel To The Hunger Games

There is no doubt that Catching Fire will be a force to reckon with at the box office for the next few weeks, and it will undoubtedly help make the last two movies even bigger successes. Even if you haven’t read the books the series is fresh and entertaining, and will leave you wanting more.

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Kill Your Darlings Review: Beat Culture’s Dramatic Beginning

John Krokidas’ feature film debut Kill Your Darlings is a window into the origins of the Beat Generation writers in New York, tracing the movement’s beginning back to Columbia University and the union of Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, Jack Kerouac, and William Burroughs. Written by Krokidas and Austin Bunn, the films acts primarily as a biographical coming-of-age story centered on Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) as his exposure to the philosophies of the Beat culture lead him to explore his potential as a writer as well as his sexuality.

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Diana is More Of A Romance Movie Than a Biopic

Oliver Hirschbiegel, known for his Academy Award nominated film Downfall chronicling Adolf Hitler’s final days, takes on the final two years of the Princess of Wales’ life in Diana. The film, borrowing material from the book “Diana: Her Last Love” by TV producer, director, and journalist Kate Snell, focuses heavily on her post-Charles relationship with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan. Be prepared for more of a romance film than a biopic.

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Ender’s Game Is A Thought Provoking Ride

Previous positioned as an almost Harry Potter meets, Star Wars meets Hunger Games, Ender’s Game is the highly-anticipated sci-fi book-to-movie blockbuster from the 1985 novel written by Orson Scott Card. It is basically about a boy who is gifted with brilliance, and strategy skills unlike any other. The film is directed by Gavin Hood, and the star-studded cast includes: Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailie Steinfeld, Viola Davis, Abigail Breslin, and Ben Kingsley.

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The Right Kind Of Wrong Review: He Said, She Said

The Right Kind Of Wrong opens today, and in it Ryan Kwanten plays a failed writer named Leo who washes dishes for a living and who is the subject of his ex-wife’s blog called “Why You Suck”. He then meets Colette (Sara Canning), with whom he falls head over heels in love with. Unfortunately for him he meets her on her wedding day, although even that doesn’t stop him from pursuing her. We put our reviews head to head for this movie to see how the romantic comedy stood up for the girls and the guys

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Girl Most Likely Is A Dark Comedy

Kristen Wiig is usually known for supplying an oddball sense of humor in her movies, while playing a lovable loser you find yourself getting behind, but in this case she’s just playing a loser. The movie is forgettable, and not something you need to waste your time with.

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Prisoners Is An Intense, Suspenseful And Shocking Thriller

How far would you go to protect your family? That question is at the heart of Canadian director Denis Villeneuve’s first major release Prisoners, and by the end of the movie you’ll be asking yourself whether you would be willing to go as far as the father does in the movie.

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The Family Takes Us On A Confused Adventure

The Family (directed by Luc Besson) takes us into the hectic, hilarious and often extremely dangerous lives of a Mafia family, ruled by patriarch Fred Manzoni (Robert De Niro). As a Brooklyn-based Mafia boss, Fred understands that the constant moving has an effect on his wife and kids, but nothing could have prepared this very unique family for their next adventure.

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The Family Takes Us On A Confused Adventure

The Family (directed by Luc Besson) takes us into the hectic, hilarious and often extremely dangerous lives of a Mafia family, ruled by patriarch Fred Manzoni (Robert De Niro). As a Brooklyn-based Mafia boss, Fred understands that the constant moving has an effect on his wife and kids, but nothing could have prepared this very unique family for their next adventure.

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Heart Of The Country Is All About Family

Heart Of The Country is about family. It’s about a married couple who find their lives turned upside down. It’s about a women returning home after many years away. It’s about a son finding out about how strongly his brother and father care about him. It’s a story that has been told many times before, but is still one that is enjoyable to watch.

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