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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
POWER RANGERS Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars Based on the long-running superhero TV series of the same name, Power Rangers reinvents those monster-battling teenagers with attitude for a new generation. Jason (played by Dacre more
47 METERS DOWN * * (Unbelievable, dull shark movie) Take two young ladies (Mandy Moore and Claire Holt) vacationing in Mexico. Put them in a rickety shark cage and send them down five meters into the shark-infested sea. Have the chain break, sending them more
BEATRIZ AT DINNER* * ½ (Mean-spirited culture clash)What starts out as an interesting premise quickly turns into a mean-spirited culture clash in this dark melodrama that takes place in a … more
UNFORGETTABLE * * * (Don) * * * (Joyce) (Psychological thriller) Katherine Heigl plays a jealous, disturbed former wife who insidiously plots to bring down her former husband's new fianc e (Rosario Dawson). Joyce liked the psychological undercurrents more
BORN IN CHINA * * * * (Disney nature film) We miss the monthly nature films that used to grace the huge screen at the IMAX theatre. We now have to wait until Earth Day every year to see what Disney Nature has in store for us. This year it is more
THE LOST CITY OF Z * * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (True exploration story) The true story of British soldier/explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) begins in 1905 when the Royal Geographic Society entices him to travel to Bolivia to map out uncharted more
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars Based on the beloved French comic series created by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude M zi res, Valerian tells the tale of two young heroes caught in the more
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES * * * * (Don) * * * (Joyce) (Exciting, sensitive sequel) doubt about it, were rooting for the apes! This exciting, sensitive sequel portrayed the apes as being much more human than the humans. t helps to be familiar with more
THE HERO * * * (Don) * * * * (Joyce) (Portrait of an aging actor) Joyce loves Sam Elliott. Loves his looks, loves his acting, and especially loves that deep baritone voice. I like him, too, and I enjoyed the portrait of his Lee Hayden, an aging actor, more
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