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Allied (2016)
7 days ago via Flixster

Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard gave "nice" performances. The film was shot "nice". However, "nice" doesn't win any awards. It was predictable with no "wows", and even a little cheesy.

The Accountant
34 days ago via Flixster

Better than good movie, enjoyable, but far from great. Ben Affleck was perfect for this role, as he plays a grown autistic man with Asperger syndrome, of course, on steroids beating up or killing everyone in sight. The supporting cast is equally good: Kendrick, Simmons, Lithgow, and Jon Bernthal -- of Walking Dead fame. Worth seeing.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
37 days ago via Flixster

Jack Reacher left me high and dry. The lead, Tom Cruise, is great in this role, and a strong assist by Cobie Smulders -- but let's face it, she's no Rosamund Pike...as in the first movie. This sequel is full of cool close-up fighting, but falls flat in the end not helped by a weak storyline and inconsequential foes.

The Girl on the Train
57 days ago via Flixster

Blunt was marvelous showing both depth and width and her acting chops. The movie, however, was "interesting" both dark and depressing. I'd rate it a C+, capturing my interest but couldn't wait for it to be over...in other words...let me off the train so that I could get a stiff drink. I wanted more suspense, and lot more mystery.

London Has Fallen
2 months ago via Flixster

I didn't know Butler had it in him -- he was good in this action role. Unfortunately, the script and premise was poor, with cliche lines, weak writing, and low-level special effects. Eckhart was useless in this role, and Freeman was his usual awesome sauce but sparingly used.