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1 week ago
“Peppermint” is one of those revenge movies that fails to stand out from the crowd. It’s not great nor is it bad, it just manages to exist. If you’re a fan of violent payback films, this one likely won’t disappoint. It may leave a rotten... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
Based on the international best-selling autobiography, “Papillon” brings the epic story of Henri “Papillon” Charrière (Charlie Hunnam) back to the screen with a gritty and violent streak. It’s a dark and sometimes horrific tale of an in... Read the full review »
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3 weeks ago
“Searching” is being heralded as the ushering in as the birth of an exciting new narrative concept, but here’s hoping this filmmaking style quickly goes the way of the mumblecore genre. I sit at a computer monitor all day so the last thing I... Read the full review »
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4 weeks ago
I’ve seen thousands of films during my life, but few have proven to be as offbeat as “The Happytime Murders.” This comedy isn’t exactly a laugh a minute good time, nor is it a total miss as a straightforward crime drama. I guess if you are... Read the full review »
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4 weeks ago
Ever wondered what it would look like if you strapped a camera on the back of a wild hyena and set him loose? Look no further than “Mile 22,” a jittery mess of mayhem from shaky cam-loving director Peter Berg. Berg has made a big budget action... Read the full review »
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4 weeks ago
Move over Harold and Kumar: Angela and Jessie are in town. In “Never Goin’ Back,” the classic stoner comedy genre is given a lively twist by featuring two teen females as the lead. The result is a refreshing, modern take on a fun best buddy... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
It’s early August, which means it’s prime time for what I like to call the “studio dump.” It’s a time of the year when major movie studios take all those little movies — the ones they have no idea what to do with — and hurriedly slap... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
It seems to be the popular activity to hate on movies like “Father of the Year,” another Netflix original film from Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison production company. I tried so hard to give this comedy a fair shake but it’s so pointless tha... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
The apathetic Netflix original film “Like Father” doesn’t have much in the way of plot. This supposed familial bonding comedy between an adult daughter and her absent father boasts good performances from the two leads, but it stumbles from a... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
I have very few criticisms for this movie because it sets out to create a breezy, lighthearted piece of escapist entertainment and exceeds all expectations. READ THE FULL REVIEW ON THE SCREEN ZEALOTS WEBSITE Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Summer monster movies are fun and summer monster movies starring Jason Statham should be even more of a slam dunk, but killer shark flick “The Meg” is extraordinarily irritating and repetitive, even for a mind-numbing action movie. Riddled wi... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
“The Package” may very well be the “Citizen Kane” of penis movies. The raunchy teen comedy about a group of friends on a spring break camping trip gone wrong is insanely watchable and full of outrageous, silly humor. I had fun watching thi... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Owing much to its impassioned artistry and racially charged themes, the indie dark comedy “Blindspotting” comes out swinging. Whatever your expectations are for this film, it exceeds them in every way possible. Its anger is offset with a clear... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Controversial conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza is back with yet another two hours of sensational fibs in “Death of a Nation,” a “‘documentary” filled with his same old arguments that are again reheated to rile up the right wing ba... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Director Spike Lee has finally reclaimed his relevance with “BlacKkKlansman,” a hard-hitting and uncomfortably funny film about the first African-American detective to work for the Colorado Springs Police Department. It’s gutsy, provocative,... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
The much talked about documentary “Three Identical Strangers” is based on a true story that, as one subject in the film puts it, “goes from amazing to incredible.” The film tells the saga of a trio of triplets who were separated at birth a... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Disney films by design are made to tug at your heartstrings and “Christopher Robin,” a live action adventure based on A.A. Milne’s beloved Winnie the Pooh stories, has a charm quotient that is off the charts. The surprisingly pensive story f... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Director Gus Van Sant brings the not-so-inspirational true story of quadriplegic off-color cartoonist John Callahan (Joaquin Phoenix) to life in “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.” Callahan lived his life with a severe drinking proble... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
It’s refreshing when a movie isn’t a disappointment, and “The Spy Who Dumped Me” is just as funny as I hoped it would be. This by-the-book comedy spy thriller has a good mix of bloody action and silly antics, making it one of the more fun... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Just because “Eighth Grade” is a lauded indie doesn’t mean it’s a great film. Writer / Director Bo Burnham‘s intimate ode to early teenage angst at times feels like a documentary rather than a fictional narrative, making it just as awkwa... Read the full review »