‘The Secret Life of Pets’ doesn’t really surpass other recent animal-centric animated films (namely “Zootopia”), but it’s certainly not the worst to have come out.
‘Now You See Me: The Second Act’ gets too caught up trying to be flashy and grandiose, causing it to fail in providing its audience some substance.
Being nice doesn’t always get you the answers.
Perhaps the reason why kids have trouble believing there really are no monsters under their beds is that they can easily detect bullshit in the explanations we provide them.
Just like eating a warm, flaky dinner roll, consuming “Dough” is an extremely enjoyable experience.
While crude humor may have been the intent, the material can better be described as downright disgusting.
“The Huntsman: Winter’s War” fails to offer anything new to the fairytale genre.
When companies churn out a movie with the sole purpose of creating hype for the sequel, the movie at hand inevitably suffers a tragic fate.
The film’s primitiveness makes is extremely boring.
Tamara Erde introduces the film by immediately presenting the audience with her thesis — a huge discrepancy exists between the actual history of Israel and Palestine and what is taught.