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5 years ago
3.3 253 Ratings

Gone Girl

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David Fincher's masterful handling of this dark and devious thriller is beyond exemplary. If there is one film you watch this week, let it be Gone Girl.

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5 years ago
3.0 124 Ratings

The Best Of Me

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Excessively melodramatic and syrupy, Best Of Me is one of the worst Nicholas Sparks adaptations ever to grace the big screens.

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5 years ago
3.1 338 Ratings

Deliver Us From Evil

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Deliver Us From Evil was as boring and predictable as its trailer was interesting and spooky. Horror films have seen better days in the hands of director, Scott Derrickson.

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5 years ago
3.5 297 Ratings

A Walk Among the Tombstones

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Liam Neeson is reason enough to watch A Walk Among The Tombstones. If you don't expect out and out Taken style action from this dark and gritty dramatic thriller; you'll appreciate it all the more.

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5 years ago
3.2 272 Ratings

The Prince

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A not-so-badass Bruce Willis in a so-called action thriller. The Prince is a snooze fest you'd best avoid.

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5 years ago
3.1 108 Ratings

Life Of Crime

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Witty, amusing and filled with enough plot twists to keep you hooked, Life Of Crime could have been truly awesome had the talented star cast been fully utilized. One time watch!

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5 years ago
3.2 593 Ratings

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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This cool bunch of vigilante Ninja Turtles manage to keep you just about hooked thanks to some witty one-liners and TMNT worthy action scenes. A decent watch if you don't mind the flimsy plot and love Megan Fox.

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5 years ago
3.2 673 Ratings

Step Up All In

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Step Up: All In has its ups (incredible dance scenes) and downs (plot? what plot?) but if you're a loyal fan of this franchise, you might as well go 'all in' and watch the final installment.

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5 years ago
3.1 362 Ratings

The Giver

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The Giver is a visually exciting but predictably overdone young adult movie. What could have been a thought provoking book to big screen adaptation, loses its way. Even Meryl Streep and Jeff Bridges couldn't save it.

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5 years ago
3.3 104 Ratings

The Hundred-Foot Journey

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The Hundred-Foot Journey may follow the predictable feel good story arc, but its simplicity and the connection between Om Puri and Helen Mirren that make it a satisfying weekend watch.

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