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Rating of
4/4

Sonic the Hedgehog

dr peper - wrote on 02/21/20

okay i must admit i was skeptical before seeing this movie due to predictions but however thank you god this was a solid movie it was action packed full of fun adventure and laughs the movie is completely appropreate for the WHOLE THATS RIGHT WHOLE FAMILY i highly recommend going to see this its hands down one of the best movies of the year and as of now the family movie of the year unless your kids don t like violence …

Rating of
1.5/4

Dolittle

Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/17/20
Dolittle - Review

“We've no choice but to embark on this perilous journey.” - Me walking into the auditorium.

‘Dolittle’...oh boy. I actually watched this movie a month early when I went to Australia for a family holiday, because it was released early over there for some reason. I kept quiet for awhile cause I didn’t want to warn people about the storm that was coming. The storm of Dolittle.

I watched this in a full house with plenty of children and couple of adults. There was a little kid and …

Rating of
3/4

Birds of Prey

Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 02/14/20

Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn, who was the only great thing about "Suicide Squad," shines as MVP in "Birds of Prey" as well. This time, however, she's in a movie that's good enough for her.

Rating of
2.5/4

Birds of Prey

Chris Kavan - wrote on 02/14/20
Manic Pixie Nightmare Fuel

While the DCEU has been on the upswing lately, the stand-alone Harley Quinn/introduction of the Birds of Prey seems more like it's spinning its wheels. Many have compared this to a live-action Looney Toons film - but that only applies if when Tweety hits Sylvester on the head with a mallet, his brains ooze out his ears and his eye pops out of his socket. Birds of Prey is colorful and frantic but it is also brutally violent, certainly earning that R-rating that likely factored into its …

Rating of
3/4

Birds of Prey

Indyfreak - wrote on 02/13/20
Fun but not fantabulous.

Margot Robbie shines as the maniacal DC villainess Harley Quinn in her spinoff. Make no mistake, this is a Harley Quinn movie through and through. The characters associated with the title team are present but as supporting players.
Margot Robbie remains pitch perfect casting for Harley Quinn. She’s unhinged, manic, and as zany as expected. Her charisma carries the movie through the more conventional sections of the film.
Rosie Perez is a solid fit for Batman comics mainstay Renée …

Rating of
0.5/4

Assassin 33 A.D.

Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 02/11/20

Not since "Last Ounce of Courage" have I been both offended and amazed at the same time. The concept is stupid, the acting is awful, the special effects look fake, the writing is atrocious, and all of that is before you even get to its bogus accusations that Christians are the ones being oppressed. Those who fit into this incompetent propaganda piece's target demographic won't care though.

Rating of
3/4

The Gentlemen

Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/03/20
The Gentlemen - Review

“You really can't unsee it once you've seen it.”

Guy Ritchie returns to his gangster roots in the underbelly of jolly good England. It’s crazy to think that this is the same guy who brought us last years ‘Aladdin.’ But this time Ritchie isn’t on a leash.

I honestly didn’t expect to enjoy ‘The Gentleman’ as much as I did. A little muddle and sometimes confusing to follow, but the movie has a certain sharpness to it that kept me interested throughout. It’s more in vein …

Rating of
4/4

Assassin 33 A.D.

JustinLopez - wrote on 01/31/20

I loved it!

Rating of
4/4

Assassin 33 A.D.

CharlesTaylor - wrote on 01/31/20

A wholesome fiction movie with an awesome Christian theme. This has an awesome undertone and is a fun family film with many great themes throughout!

Rating of
4/4

Assassin 33 A.D.

MichaelWilliams - wrote on 01/31/20

I loved the theme of forgiveness and the reminders of God's sovereignty is in everything - even time travel.

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