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47 Meters Down
7 hours ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

There are a few scary moments, but this shark tale, sadly doesn't add enough excitement, or, frankly, enough...bite. The premise is good, and the two leads are likeable, but they drown in an uneven script that relies too heavily on suspension of belief.

Saban's Power Rangers
8 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Another film that tries to capitalize on the "Breakfast Club" vibe. But, this time they are superheroes! The film isn't as terrible as I expected, but it fails to be much fun. Plus, you couldn't have asked for a blander bunch of characters.

Table 19
Table 19 (2017)
9 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Sort of a "My Best Friend's Wedding" meets "The Breakfast Club" . As anyone can guess, it is an awkward blend. The biggest problem with it is its set-up. The audience has to buy into the premise that a wedding couple would invite a group pf friends they don't like and have them all share a table. The misfit group clicks occasionally, but not enough to make you forgive the films plot holes.

The Purple Rose of Cairo
11 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

One of Woody Allen's oddest films. That, however, isn't a bad thing. The story is made for film lovers and you can tell that Allen himself is also a fan of classic cinema. The story is weet and fantastical with a winning turn by Jeff Daniels.

Snatched
Snatched (2017)
18 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It can be quite painful to watch naturally funny people stuck saying lines that are painfully unfunny. That's waht Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn are burdened with in "Snatched". The plot is weak and the script fails to give many laughs. Hawn and Joan Cusack help a little.