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  Theory of Everything  
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Rating of: 3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/17/14

The origins of the great genius.


Stephen Hawking: "There should be no boundaries to human endeavor. However bad life may seem, while there is".

The movie tells the origins of the great genius today Stephen Hawking. He falls deeply in love with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wilde. Once a healthy, active young man, Hawking received an earth-shattering diagnosis at 21 years of age. With Jane fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen embarks on his most ambitious scientific work, studying the very thing he now has prec...

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  The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies  
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Rating of: 2/4

Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 12/17/14

Basically A Giant Action Sequence


If “The Hobbit Trilogy” is the poor man’s “Lord of the Rings Trilogy,” then The Battle of the Five Armies is the poor man’s Return of the King; and I do think that is a fitting comparison. This sixth entry into the well-known fantasy franchise represents the final act of its individual trilogy in much the same way that Return of the King represented the finale for the previous trilogy.

This latest trip to Middle Earth is basically a giant action sequence, complete with giant monsters, siege...

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  The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies  
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Rating of: 4/4

Nolane - wrote on 12/16/14

Peter Jackson delivers a brilliant conclusion to an underrated and under appreciated trilogy. He has transformed the source material into something truly epic that perfectly sets up his equally brilliant Lord Of The Rings trilogy. See it on the biggest screen possible, as the visuals are truely something to behold.

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  Top Five  
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Rating of: 4/4

Leslie - wrote on 12/16/14

Top Five


"Top Five" is the story of Andre Allen, a comedian who is at the precipice of his career and struggling to navigate through a conundrum of celebrity. It’s written and directed by Chris Rock and produced by Jay Z and Kanye West. Played by Chris Rock, Andre is a recovering alcoholic in the 12 step program who is engaged to Erica Long (Gabrielle Union) who is a reality television star. Chelsea Brown (Rosario Dawson) is assigned to interview Allen for the New York Times, and the film o...

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  Horrible Bosses 2  
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Rating of: 1.5/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/15/14

Is this the new The Hangover Part II?


Horrible Bosses more like Horrible Movie.

The story is about are three main morons Dale, Kurt and Nick decide to become their own bosses - and start up their own business. But when a slick investor torpedoes their plans and crushes their dreams, they know the only way to get what they deserve is to hatch an ingenious (misguided) kidnapping plot.

To people who don't know I actually liked the first film, it's not anything amazing or awesome, it's just a decent comedy with many laughs. Then...

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  Top Five  
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Rating of: 2.5/4

Snoogans - wrote on 12/14/14

Maybe a 'Top 5' Date Movie For the Year


Chris Rock does a good job writing/directing/starring in 'Top Five'. The guy is always smart and hilarious off screen. This movie explores that side of the limelight. A lean towards honesty is the film's intent when dealing with it's themes of audience vs performer's expectations, maintaining celebrity status while not loosing creativity, and balancing them with overcoming alcoholism. These areas boasted the most insight. There is more character depth offered here than expected. It helps ...

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  Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014)  
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Rating of: 1.5/4

Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 12/14/14

Waste of Time


One of the defining aspects of the 2014 cinematic year has been the relative success of films targeting major religious groups, specifically Christians. Sure the trend has died off in the later half of the year (and I expect today’s subject to be no different,) but before summer even hit we had Noah open to over 40 million, Son of God make 60 million despite being made out of footage from an already aired TV series, and Heaven is for Real make over eight times it’s production budget. Exodus: ...

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  Theory of Everything  
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Rating of: 3.5/4

Snoogans - wrote on 12/14/14

'Theory of Everything' is a genre exercise that hits all the beats, but does so in a more dignified way. It's made to be purposefully touching, and it succeeds though purity. The film presents these characters, situations, and dialogue with a bit more class than the usual offering. Even if you know, or can tell, where the story will lead, it's still easy to get wrapped up in the moment. The actors give heartbreaking and inspiring performances that feel grounded. There's delicate beauty in ...

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  The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies  
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Rating of: 3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/12/14

"I can't believe all this is behind us."


Time to say goodbye to middle earth for the last time.

The story is about Dwarven party led by Thorin Oakenshield finally reclaims their kingdom of Erebor, the vast treasure draws out now only the wrath of Smaug but also the army of men and elves, who want the fortune for their own.

Let me give you a quick feed back of the other two films then to this one. A unexpected Journey I thought was pretty amazing... when I first sawed it, after a couple of watchers later it's not as amazing as th...

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  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1  
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Rating of: 3/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 12/07/14

You Say You Want a Revolution


With this being part 1 of a two-part Mockingjay ending, and with everyone saying this is more of a "filler" than the supposed action-packed finale, my expectations were a bit tempered going in to the film. That being said, while it doesn't reach the strengths of Catching Fire, it also didn't feel like a needless entry. Thanks to some key performances, a few nuanced moments and some snazzy settings - Mockingjay Part 1 keeps the Hunger Games tradition alive and well, even if breaking it...

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