Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

Ant-Man Theatrical Review
Ant-Man   Ant-Man Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/17/2015 9:45 AM EDT
Marvel is the juggernaut that won't be stopped.  With its recent wave of Comic book hero themed movies, it dominates the theaters, raking in your hard earned dollars.  This summer, they once again entice you to suspend disbelief with their latest film, Ant-man.Paul Rudd (I Love You, Man) stars as this most unlikely superhero and take... Read More

Trainwreck Theatrical Review
Trainwreck   Trainwreck Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/17/2015 8:45 AM EDT
Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer) walks into a bar, drinks too much, picks up some random guy, and writes a script about it.  Welcome to the world of Trainwreck.  The hilarious comedy written by and starring Schumer that comes to theaters on July 17th.From a young age, Amy is indoctrinated by her cheating father (Colin Quinn; Sat... Read More

Self/less Theatrical Review
Self/less   Self/less Theatrical Review
(Chuck Boyce)  07/09/2015 4:13 PM EDT
"Immortality does have some side effects." – Albright.Given effectively unlimited resources, what happens if you could buy a new body?In this science future feature by Focus Feature on July 10, 2015, Self/Less explores the big question of just because you can buy yourself a newly minted body, should you. And what about those pesky s... Read More

The Minions Theatrical Review
The Minions   The Minions Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/09/2015 3:30 AM EDT
Let's face it one of the best parts of the Despicable Me movies are those cute, little, yellow guys that speak a made up language.  The minions are funny, goofy and adorable and now they have their own movie. Minions hit theaters July 10th for 90 minutes of utter cuteness. Throughout the centuries the minions have only looked for a master... Read More

Terminator Genisys Theatrical Review
Terminator Genisys   Terminator Genisys Theatrical Review
(Sean Ferguson)  07/01/2015 8:38 AM EDT
# 37 on the American Film Institutes top 100 movie quotes list goes like this… "I'll be back" It's like the never-ending promise of a series that will never end. In 1984 The Terminator was sent back to kill Sarah Connor in the classic beginning of this story "The Terminator." In 1991 The Terminator pro... Read More

Magic Mike XXL Theatrical Review
Magic Mike XXL   Magic Mike XXL Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  06/30/2015 4:19 PM EDT
I'm all for a good road trip to Myrtle Beach for a stripper convention…especially when those strippers include Channing Tatum (21 Jump Street), Joe Manganiello (True Blood), and Matt Bomer (White Collar). Yes, those sexy strippers are back for another round of frivolity and fun in Magic Mike XXL and spend much of the film half naked which, f... Read More

Ted 2 Theatrical Review
Ted 2   Ted 2 Theatrical Review
(Sean Ferguson)  06/25/2015 8:52 AM EDT
When it comes to sequels, not many come up or surpass its original.In fact I'm willing to bet the mad scientist behind Ted 2 could name them in a second. Out this week in theaters, is quite possibly the funniest film of the year.  To be perfectly Frank, if I do say so myself, it's the funniest film I've seen in a long time! In... Read More

Inside Out Theatrical Review
Inside Out   Inside Out Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  06/16/2015 11:56 AM EDT
The voices in your head are real!  They are cute, colorful, and wreak havoc with your emotions. At least that is what Disney and Pixar would like you to believe.Riley is an 11 year old girl who, for the most part, has had a pretty happy life so far.  She is a silly, sweet, honest kid with loving parents and good friends.  All of this... Read More

Jurassic World Theatrical Review
Jurassic World   Jurassic World Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  06/11/2015 11:58 AM EDT
Back in 1993, the way films were made, and viewed, changed forever with Jurassic Park, a Stephen Spielberg (Jaws, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) film based on a book by Michael Crichton (Disclosure,Congo). The film blended the use of animatronics, CGI, and an engaging story, with characters you cared about, to become an international success.The succe... Read More

Spy Theatrical Review
Spy   Spy Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  06/04/2015 11:48 AM EDT
Melissa McCarthy's (Heat, Identity thief) movies are hit and miss.  Bridesmaids was hilariously funny but Tammy was just awful.  Luckily, her latest comedy, Spy, falls into the former category with 2 hours of nonstop humor that will have you laughing out loud.McCarthy plays CIA agent Susan Cooper, who does nothing more than sit behind a c... Read More



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