Theatrical, Streaming, Physical Media Reviews

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Steve Jobs
Allison Rose | Feb 15, 2016
The cast is phenomenal and I am not surprised by the Oscar nominations for Fassbender and Kate Winslet (Titanic), who plays Joanna Hoffman, Jobs’ Polish born right hand person.
Full Review | Grade: B
Zoolander 2
Sean Ferguson | Feb 12, 2016
The real question is after 15 years, could they capture the silly, stupid and yet fun magic in a bottle they caught with the Zoolander and would the next generation even be interested?
Full Review | Grade: B
How To Be Single
Allison Rose | Feb 11, 2016
If you do decide to see How to Be Single, don’t expect much. It isn’t very funny.  Johnson plays almost the same character as she did in Fifty Shades of Grey while Wilson is “Fat Amy”, only in a different setting.
Full Review | Grade: D
The Leftovers: The Complete Second Season
Sean Ferguson | Feb 10, 2016
I give The Leftovers Season 2 three stars out of five. If it weren’t for the Sudden Departure, it would have four, but until they tell us where it went, you’re stuck with three!
Full Review | Grade: C
Spectre
Allison Rose | Feb 10, 2016
Of the six men who have portrayed the famous spy, some would argue that Craig is the best Bond yet.  He certainly is different than we have seen in the past.
Full Review | Grade: B
Deadpool
Allison Rose | Feb 08, 2016
This is certainly not the typical Marvel/DC comic fare we’ve seen of late. Much like its main character, Deadpool sets itself apart from the rest.
Full Review | Grade: B
The Choice
Allison Rose | Feb 05, 2016
Granted, The Choice won’t be winning any Oscars, but in terms of a decent movie with that typical Sparks flair for telling a love story and making us cry, it hits its mark.
Full Review | Grade: C
Hail, Caesar!
Allison Rose | Feb 04, 2016
I spent almost two hours trying to figure out what this Hail, Caesar! was about.  Was it a farce? Was it wry look at the 1950s movie business and the studio system?  Was it a commentary on Communism and McCarthyism?  I’m still not sure, and walked away confused and befuddled.
Full Review | Grade: C
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.
Full Review | Grade: C
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.
Full Review | Grade: B
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