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The Great Outdoors Movie Review
John Candy plays a straight family man heading to the boonies for a relaxing vacation in the woods, but things go awry when his raucous white-collar brother-in-law (Dan Aykroyd) winds up in the same spot.
Daddy's Home Movie Review
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg team up once again for this comedy about a stepfather competing for the affection of his stepkids against their estranged bad boy father. Guess who's playing who.
Spy Movie Review
Melissa McCarthy is the eye in the sky (and lapel, and around the corner, and in the laundromat) for a top agent in the CIA. But when he’s killed in action, she forces herself into the investigation, and uncovers a web of intrigue that she never expected. Also, Jason Statham.
The Ladykillers Movie Review
Dr. Goldthwait Higginson Doyle is an academic man with not-so-academic motivations. His new landlady happens to live in the perfect staging point for a grandiose heist he has planned, but tricking her into believing he and his cohorts are on the up and up might prove just a bit beyond his depth...
Nine Months Movie Review
Samuel is a child psychologist with a budding practice, dealing with the ugly side of raising a child. Rebecca is a ballet teacher who plays with kids all day long. So when Rebecca accidentally gets pregnant, Samuel’s nice little life with Rebecca is about to get turned on its head.
Tim Minchin and the Heritage Orchestra Review
Tim Minchin is a comedian that his contemporaries would describe as an “odd bird.” However, he’s used his image and musical prowess to garner international success. In this installment of his live show, he performs alongside what he calls the “best orchestra in the land,” the Heritage Orchestra.
Bernie Movie Review
On the list of things that wouldn't hurt a fly, small-town mortician Bernie Tiede falls somewhere between “a gentle breeze” and “a blade of grass.” So why was he convicted of the cold-blooded murder of a sweet little old lady? Also, did I mention this was based on a true story?
Hotel Transylvania 2 Movie Review
How do you make a sequel about a hotel for monsters? Very simply: just take the film out of the hotel and add a baby... Hopefully it’ll all work out.
Hotel Transylvania Movie Review
When Dracula opens up a hotel for his fellow monsters to escape the persecution of Stoker-esque villagers in the 1800s, it’s paradise for he and his daughter for over a century. But when she develops a case of 100-year-old wanderlust, Drac ends up with monster-sized case of separation anxiety.
Deadpool Movie Review
He’s lewd, he’s crude, and he fights bad guys in the nude. He’s your friendly neighborhood Deadpool, and he’s here to make you fall in love again.
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