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By JOHN PANNOZZI LOGAN ***** The final film in the X-Men series for stars Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart proves to be a gritty yet deeply moving tale of heroic sacrifice. In the year 2029, mutants are nearly extinct. Logan/Wolverine (Jackman) is more
By JOHN PANNOZZI *** Adapted from the graphic novel Tibetan Rock Dog, this Chinese co-produced CGI comedy will charm youngsters, but may have too few new tricks to win over adults. The film follows the exploits of Bodi (voiced by Luke Wilson), who is more
PATRIOT’S DAY* * * *(Emotional & exciting look at Boston Marathon Bombing)We were both a little apprehensive about reliving that terrible event in our recent history.By the time … more
MOANA * * * * (Delightful Disney animated film) Disney Studios has created another delightful, colorful feature cartoon with a heroine that will warm your heart. Auli'i Cravalho is the voice of Moana, princess of a South Pacific island who is drawn to more
LOVING * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Interracial love story) Based on an incredible true story, the double entendre title deals with Richard (Joel Edgerton) and Mildred (Ruth Negga) loving and their interracial marriage. Richard is a white, introverted more
INFERNO * * (Confusing plot line) We remember reading Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code and being confused by the plot line. We looked forward to the movie, figuring that it would be reduced to something we could understand and follow. We were still lost at more
20th CENTURY WOMEN* * * *(Quirky character study)Annette Benning, sporting the worst hairdo in the history of film acting, plays 50-something Dorothea, a single mom who reacts to everyone … more
A DOG’S PURPOSE* * ½ (Schmaltzy shaggy dog tale)Dogs don’t go to heaven. They are reincarnated.Such is the tale of this schmaltzy shaggy-dog movie that starts in the ’50s … more
GOLD * * * ½ (Don)* * * * (Joyce)(All about the mining business)This interesting and often exciting movie is all about the modern day mining business, filled with success, failures, lies, … more
With all the award shows scheduled by Hollywood to promote their movies, our readers have been asking what the must-see movies are. While we are not big fans of the Oscars, Golden Globes and other award shows that tend to be political and more
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