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‘Hercules’ delivers slightly better than advertised punches
As someone who has on countless occasions sacrificed sanity and decency to watch b-movie cheese, in some cases it should be considered criminal to completely abandon comedic edge when re-launching its most recognized icons.
“Planes: Fire and Rescue” a fun flight for those not dead inside
As someone who attempts to at least on a hobby level create regular film reviews, one of silliest things I’ve noticed about others in a similar profession is how seriously some take movies specifically marketed to children.
‘Dawn of Apes’ takes franchise to best level yet
Since I’m not rolling in the corporate movie profits and typing from a solid gold i-Pad, you’ll just have to trust me that I’m not being paid off to write so many glowing sequel reviews in recent years.
Lyric’s ‘Little Mermaid’ not an A, but better than a sea
As my career in filmmaking has yet to take off or even begin at all, perhaps there is a future in the bandwagon that is adapting everything imaginable to a musical.
‘Transformers 4’ causes attention spans to go extinct
As someone who has taken devious pleasure in poking rabid fans as they foam at the mouth over changes in their beloved universes, I admit at first I was looking forward to a little ribbing of those who would undoubtedly be enraged with today’s title.
‘How to train your Dragon 2’ nearly great in every way a sequel can be
Growing up a fan of darker animated fairy tales in the vein of Don Bluth, I find it refreshing that more tales at least aren’t afraid to shake things up in that direction in recent years.
‘Maleficent’ a gorgeous redefinition of classic tale
I’m certain the empire that Mickey built will one day again find a way as most mega corporate conglomerates do and present an absolutely soul crushing disappointment to theaters.
‘Days of future past’ joins best of X franchise
If I were to say there was one heroic team that stood out more than any other from childhood until now, it would be the group in today’s review subject.
‘Godzilla’ respectfully annihilates back into our hearts
If ever there was one mystic beast of cinema it might be fun to interview and not be instantly smooshed out of existence, it would be the character featured in today’s title.
‘Delivery Man’ somehow makes crude topic heartwarming
Despite all the brainwashing and guilt laden efforts to convince many sheltered individuals otherwise, one can take some of the most risqué subject matter available and craft more than just a shiny turd.
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