A retrospective into ‘The Terminator’ franchise on the eve of the release of the latest instalment, to determine if the entire series holds up more than 30 years after the release of the original.
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‘Pitch Perfect’ is the perfect evolution of the typical high school cheerleader movie, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing.
A retrospective look into the amazing movies of ‘Jurassic Park’ that left us in awe of special effects used to bring dinosaurs to life.
‘Steve Jobs: One Last Thing’ is a borderline pedestrian documentary about the former Apple CEO that feels more like gossip about him.
A restropective into the entire ‘Mad Max’ Trilogy in preparation of the new ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ releasing in June 2015.
Done The Impossible is a documentary that shows how a short-lived TV Series spawned a cult following that rivals other classic franchises.
‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ provides an entertaining & enjoyable film, that doesn’t however, do justice to the Cinematic Universe its set in.
‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’ is a breathtaking journey and visually stunning movie.
‘Gone Girl’ elevates the concept of a dramatic thriller, while grounding the plot in real world concepts of marriage and love.
‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ a fun Sci-Fi movie with a familiar premise, but packaged in a new and exciting manner.
Despite being a remake, ‘RoboCop’ offers a fresh take with a deeper look at the characters and their motivations.
Hercules is an enjoyable action entertainer that provides a different look to an infamous character, the subject of many films to date.
Despite its horrendous flaws, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES is still a fun filled movie with the best live action Turtles yet!
DR. CABBIE is a light hearted comedy that articulates the common fate of some immigrants, while still bringing a smile to the audience.
THE WOLVERINE works as the only standalone comic book movie that tells an engaging story without delving into redundant origins.
Michael Bay yet again retcons his own story of the previous film sin the franchise with Transformers: Age Of Extinction.
The first ever “So Bad It’s Good” feature takes a look at The Man With The Iron Fists as a laughably bad good movie!
Gravity is a technically brilliant film where the SFX enhance the human element at its core with breathtaking visuals.
How To Train Your Dragon is a great, wholesome, non-Disney animated film that provides entertainment for the whole family.
Despite its flaws and simplistic storytelling, Ender’s Game is able to hold one’s interest from beginning to end.