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"Starting with insipid material once again yields insipid results."
Five Armies dashes the mild hopes built up by last year’s improved second installment of this series.
It could have been the next Game of Thrones. Oh well.
It's a seriously compromised vision.
"A big step in the right direction."
God apparently loves CGI.
Ken Miller's going to miss this show more than Breaking Bad.
This is not the way to make an old franchise new again.
Is it a ghost, or a demon, or just a manifestation of her own ambivalence about being a parent?
Tommy Lee Jones demonstrates a clear affection for and understanding of the genre.
This biopic is less about Stephen than it is about Jane Wilde Hawking, who’s portrayed as indomitable and long-suffering.
Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey reprise their roles from the first movie in the most contrived ways possible.
Subjecting the feline to starring in a bargain-basement Lifetime Christmas movie seems like a form of animal cruelty.
Characters who are refreshingly funny in small doses aren’t necessarily suited to carrying entire movies.
Not all of them can feature beloved characters like Buddy the Elf and the toys of Toy Story.