Theatrical, Streaming, Physical Media Reviews

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

Fargo: Season 2
Sean Ferguson | Mar 18, 2016
As the stylized episode began, a disclaimer came up. "The events depicted took place in Minnesota in 1979” and he thought to himself "I remembered that time, I was 10."
Full Review | Grade: A
Allegiant
Allison Rose | Mar 17, 2016
Allegiant is beginning to suffer the same fate as another recent book trilogy turned movie series, in that it has lost some of the original appeal and has gotten boring.
Full Review | Grade: C
Sisters
Maureen Buccellato | Mar 17, 2016
All in all, Sisters does not disappoint. Many laughs are to be had, as one would expect from this comedy team.
Full Review | Grade: B
Victor Frankenstein
Allison Rose | Mar 14, 2016
With a terrific cast and a unique perspective on the story, Victor Frankenstein had so much potential.  Sadly, it simply falls flat.
Full Review | Grade: C
Peanuts
Allison Rose | Mar 14, 2016
Every Peanuts character is there with their famous quotes and the classic theme song and I was immediately transported back to my childhood. 
Full Review | Grade: C
10 Cloverfield Lane
Allison Rose | Mar 10, 2016
10 Cloverfield Lane has a good, solid script, a great cast – with early Oscar buzz for Goodman – and enough suspense to keep audiences waiting to see what happens next.
Full Review | Grade: B
In The Heart of The Sea
Nathan M Rose | Mar 08, 2016
In The Heart of The Sea's audio, presented in Dolby Atmos, is pure ear candy.
Full Review | Grade: C
Zootopia
Allison Rose | Mar 03, 2016
As with most Disney film the cast is terrific and Goodwin and Bateman play off each other like a well oiled machine.
Full Review | Grade: A
London Has Fallen
Allison Rose | Mar 03, 2016
Reprising his role as Banning, Butler was a strong casting choice in the first film, and he continues his tough guy, “take no prisoners” persona in this one as well. 
Full Review | Grade: B
Creed
Nathan M Rose | Mar 01, 2016
For older audiences, Creed is a welcome return to the world of the Italian Stallion sunsetting into his golden years with the same heart that generations have come to love. For younger audiences, Creed is a great introduction into the world of Rocky...as well as teaching some great life lessons.
Full Review | Grade: A

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