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Shotgun Wedding

Don’t RSVP to this wedding. Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel are two of our most appealing hot stars. They both should know better than to succumb to the idiocy and cliches of “Shotgun Wedding,” a wedding romcom that almost as… Read More ›

The Old Way

A fistful of wasted dollars is unforgiven here. There’s a scene in “The Old Way” when an autistic girl (at least we believe she’s on the spectrum) tells her father she doesn’t know how to cry. She didn’t even feel… Read More ›

Plane

It’s just plane crazy fun. The last two Gerard Butler movies I’ve seen were “Greenland” and “Copshop,” which both knew how to have fun with their leading Scottish man. Now, we have “Plane,” which wants to have echos from “Flight… Read More ›

The Pale Blue Eye

Now, this is a detective Christian Bale period piece. After labeling “Amsterdam” as the worst film of 2022, here’s Christian Bale in a much better murder mystery known as “The Pale Blue Eye.” Louis Bayard’s novel takes place at West… Read More ›

Violent Night

Up on the housetop like John Wick, down came the chimney with Die Hard St. Nick. I skip such horror films like “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” and “The Mean One,” because they seem to be in a category… Read More ›

Emancipation

A decent action film with a lead who deserves another chance. As you know, at the Oscars when Chris Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith being cast in “G.I. Jane 2,” because of her shaved head, which resulted… Read More ›

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Eye-popping stop-motion visuals and grade-A voices never lie. Two versions of “Pinocchio” have been released this year. Robert Zemeckis’ live-action remake of the 1940 Disney animated classic, which was condescending and unnecessary on all accounts, and Guillermo del Toro’s stop-motion… Read More ›

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