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Reviews By Nathan M Rose

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Black Mass
Nathan M Rose |  Feb 16, 2016
As usual, Johnny Depp gives his all to his performance. At no time through the film did it feel like Johnny Depp was on screen, his persona and performance echo his character, James “Whitey” Bolger, through the entire run-time.
Pride, Prejudice and Zombies
Nathan M Rose |  Feb 04, 2016
The studio directive of keeping Pride, Prejudice and Zombies PG-13/kid friendly, as well as the sloppy editing of Padraic McKinley, will certainly contribute to this film not becoming a cult hit.
Bridge of Spies
Nathan M Rose |  Feb 02, 2016
As usual, Spielberg’s work is amazing. He is truly a master at his trade craft. He expertly directs this period piece like only Stephen Spielberg can.
The Intern
Nathan M Rose |  Jan 19, 2016
Nancy Meyers is known for tackling various types of relationships in her films, and The Intern is no exception. Instead of the typical romantic relationship, this time around, Meyers focuses on how the elderly should not be counted out of society.
Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
Nathan M Rose |  Dec 16, 2015
Gone are most of the childish elements that made fans of the original trilogy cringe, and in it’s place, is dialog and scenes that are there to help move the story along. 
Ted 2
Nathan M Rose |  Dec 15, 2015
While the first film was just exploring the world of Ted and his best friend, John Bennett  (Mark Wahlberg; Transformers: Age of Extinction), the new film expands the storyline and tries to answer the age old question - what makes someone, or something, human?
Ant-Man
Nathan M Rose |  Dec 08, 2015
While Kevin Feige does try to keep the look and feel of most stories told in the Marvel Cinematic Universe the same, he does allow some directors to add a little bit of their own distinctive tone to the film. Such is the case with Ant-Man’s director, Peyton Reed (Yes Man).
The Minions
Nathan M Rose |  Dec 07, 2015
Overall, Minions has a very upbeat quality to it, and while the story is a bit lacking, the hijinks of the Minions help save the film from becoming another film in the 3D animated cannon fodder.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Extended Edition
Nathan M Rose |  Nov 16, 2015
While Jackson’s extended editions are usually the “go to” choice when choosing on film editions, The extended edition of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies can’t help the film from being just a 164-minute coda to a trilogy that was already complete.
Trainwreck
Nathan M Rose |  Nov 09, 2015
Trainwreck is a decent entry into the family of Judd Apatow comedies, and while the film does not really have rewatchability, it is a film with a lot of heart and showcases Amy Schumer’s acting skills.

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