‘Smallfoot’ Film Review: Fun Ideas Get Buried Under Avalanche of Mediocrity – Alton Telegraph


Alton Telegraph

'Smallfoot' Film Review: Fun Ideas Get Buried Under Avalanche of Mediocrity
Alton Telegraph
Producers John Requa and Glenn Ficarra have generally kept a wide berth between their kid-friendly projects (“Storks,” “Cats & Dogs”) and their more adult material (“Bad Santa,” “I Love You Phillip Morris”). The best parts of “Smallfoot” see them ...

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Film Review: A Simple Favour (USA, 2018) is an infectiously entertaining, naughty neo-noir, with two fantastic lead … – the AU review (blog)


the AU review (blog)

Film Review: A Simple Favour (USA, 2018) is an infectiously entertaining, naughty neo-noir, with two fantastic lead ...
the AU review (blog)
Then he hit a big of a snag with his reboot of Ghostbusters, which did well with critics and audiences, but it flopped in the box office due to the incredibly negative buzz from naysayers, ranging from the fandom menace of the franchise, to misogynists ...

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Film Review: A Simple Favour (USA, 2018) is an infectiously entertaining, naughty neo-noir, with two fantastic lead … – the AU review (blog)


the AU review (blog)

Film Review: A Simple Favour (USA, 2018) is an infectiously entertaining, naughty neo-noir, with two fantastic lead ...
the AU review (blog)
Then he hit a big of a snag with his reboot of Ghostbusters, which did well with critics and audiences, but it flopped in the box office due to the incredibly negative buzz from naysayers, ranging from the fandom menace of the franchise, to misogynists ...

and more »

’22 July’ Film Review: Paul Greengrass Calms Down but Still Packs a Powerful Punch – TheWrap


TheWrap

'22 July' Film Review: Paul Greengrass Calms Down but Still Packs a Powerful Punch
TheWrap
The director may have achieved his greatest commercial success with his three Jason Bourne movies – 2004's “The Bourne Supremacy,” 2007's “The Bourne Ultimatum” and 2016's “Jason Bourne” – which set new standards for kinetic action filmmaking and ...

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