Bad Boys for Life
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While the cast is full of pretty voices and pretty faces (including Audra McDonald, who breathes the most life into her roles), the vignettes ultimately feel underdeveloped and ultimately leave you with a bad case of musical blue-balls.
Subversive, hilarious, and profanely self-referential, DEADPOOL is the movie that takes all other superhero films, knocks them on their ass, and gives them a giant (and in some cases, deserved) middle finger.
Despite a game cast, NOISES OFF suffers from a case of inescapable staginess and a staleness that results from the farcical elements losing their power when adapted to the screen.
Meryl Streep is overblown, Goldie Hawn is underused, and the biting satire about a youth-obsessed culture can only be found beneath layers of cheesy special effects.