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  The Ice Cream Truck  
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Rating of: 1/4

ikkegoemikke - wrote on 08/21/17

The result? I fancied an ice cream. That's it.

"Welcome to the neighborhood"

What's more applicable with this sultry weather than a horror about a murderous ice cream man? Let me assure you though. Next time you see an ice cream truck, you won't be running away in full panic and loudly screaming. Not after watching this movie at least, because this low-budget movie isn't really scary or frightening. To be honest, I found the ice cream man (Emil Johnsen) a kind of a dork. Even during his killings, he looked rather like a sissy. ...

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  Dark Tower, The (2017)  
Dark Tower, The (2017)  Add to movie list
Rating of: 3.5/4

bigboy82 - wrote on 08/19/17

I walked into the theater knowing how bad reviews for this movie however I really enjoyed it I had a blast with the action and adventure mr mcconihey is the best villain this year so far you cant go wrong going to see this movie a really good time at the movies so unexpected and suprising just wonderful

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  Dark Tower, The (2017)  
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Rating of: 2.5/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 08/16/17

Dark Tower for Dummies

How do you distill a massive eight-novel series (often referred to as writer Stephen King's magnum opus) in to a film? The question has been raised before, with rumors about a series of movies, a TV series and more - only to fall apart. But here we are, 2017 finally brings us the long-awaited adaptation - but I can say with certainty that this is not the film I wanted.

The biggest problem with The Dark Tower is not the casting - Idris Elba gives off a great vibe as our Gunslinger, Roland wh...

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  Dunkirk (2017)  
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Rating of: 3.5/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 08/12/17

Wars Can Be Won by Evacuations

Considering he has already tackled sci-fi, action, mystery, drama, fantasy and thrillers - it seems that war is the next natural step for Christopher Nolan. A director who I have been impressed with ever since Memento - Nolan's films always capture your attention and rarely follows the rules. Memento played tricks with memory, Interstellar did the same with time and what could have been a standard war film turns into something much more mesmerizing and gripping.

Dunkirk is told from three di...

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  The Emoji Movie  
The Emoji Movie  Add to movie list
Rating of: 3/4

bigboy82 - wrote on 08/06/17

not sure if I am a good judge for this movie or not considering I only got to see half of the movie but the portion I saw was really cute I don't get all the haters personally I thought it was sweet and funny maybe not as funny as the previews looked but still great one of my favorites was the badass jailbreak now she was cool everyone else was cute too though I would recommend keeping an open mind with this one like I said only got to see half the movie but I did like what I saw of it and I r...

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  Dunkirk (2017)  
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Rating of: 3.5/4

Indyfreak - wrote on 08/05/17

When they couldn't get home, home came for them..

Christopher Nolan takes a break from science fiction and superhero fare to deliver a harrowing, thrilling, and surprisingly inspiring war film with DUNKIRK.
Don't be fooled by the PG13 rating. Dunkirk is as intense and nail-biting as HACKSAW RIDGE or SAVING PRIVATE RYAN. Nolan adopts a minimalist approach to a nonlinear narrative which sounds confusing at first but it makes sense by the end. We the audience see the disastrous retreat at Dunkirk evolve into the heroic rescue and evacuation of ...

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  Dunkirk (2017)  
Dunkirk (2017)  Add to movie list
Rating of: 3.5/4

ikkegoemikke - wrote on 07/29/17

I'm sure it'll win prizes.Not "Film of the year"

"Wars are not won by evacuation."

I'm sure there are already as many reviews about Christopher Nolan's last movie about the battle of Dunkirk, as there were British soldiers on the beach of Dunkirk waiting for their evacuation. An awful lot. Although it wasn't a battle in the strict sense of the word, but rather a massive logistical operation to get the English army back on British soil. Whether this operation had any influence on the course of the 2nd WO, is something for military...

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  Dunkirk (2017)  
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Rating of: 3.5/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/26/17

Dunkirk - Review


You can love, hate or call him overrated all you want, but you've got to give respect to Christopher Nolan for going this old school. Nothing like cardboard props for background soldiers, inspired by the silence films era with little dialogue, and going full practical. The attention to details with scope and intensity making the overall experience harsh, but masterfully well made. Nolan has made something extraordinary and proven why he's the best living film maker working ...

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  War for the Planet of the Apes  
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Rating of: 3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/25/17

War for the Planet of the Apes - Review

"This is our last stand. And if we lose... it will be a Planet of Apes".

"War for the Planet of the Apes" has many intriguing plot points and plenty of great opportunities to shine as a great movie. I mean, with the previous two films that I liked so much and how the effects manage to improve over time is amazing. And this movie is worth seeing just for Andy Serkis performance and the incredible also realistic effects. Unfortunately, the rest is very uneven. While being a...

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  Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets  
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Rating of: 3/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 07/22/17

A Delight to the Senses

If Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets taught me anything, it is that Luc Besson is not afraid to take chances, and that he continues to be one of the most creative directors today. Billed as the most expensive independent film, and based on a French comic, Valerian follows a pair of intergalactic super agents (titular character Valerian and his female better half Laureline) as they attempt to save Alpha (also known as the City of a Thousand Planets) from a dark force that threatens the...

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