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Tumbledown (2016)
6 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A film about letting go and moving on which is well written and superbly acted by Hall and Sudeikis. It is slow moving but it's endgame is satisfying and proof that films without explosions can be entertaining. A nice date movie and it also features great supporting performances especially Blythe Danner and Richard Masur. 09-10-2016

Bad Moms
Bad Moms (2016)
7 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A funny movie with real belly laughs that is well written, directed and acted. The vulgarity can weigh it down but when all is said and done I escaped for 105 minutes and laughed hard. Kunis is believable and charming as the lead and is ably supported by Bell, Hahn, Applegate, Pinket-SMith and Mumbola. 08-21-2016

On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

My first viewing of the one Bond film that featured an actor only once as the British super spy. More spy film less comedy and double meanings Lazenby was rather good as Bond and fit the tuxedo well enough. DIana Rigg is beautiful and exciting and now my favorite Bond girl. Savalas also plays the villain with aplomb. Beautiful scenery and nerve breaking stunts on skis, cars and bobsleds. Maybe a little too long is my major complaint. 07-31-2016

Star Trek Beyond
7 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A movie that entertains and excites and proves JJ Abrams has the majic touch. New Director Lin gives something for the old fans and new ones alike. The action is gripping and believable and the acting is more than adequate. The writing and execution are in perfect harmony A great summer escape! 08-07-2016

Ghostbusters (2016)
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

More of a re-telling or re-imagining than a remake and that gives it merit in it's self. Feig does a admirable job but I will admit it isn't as downright funny as the original. Wiig and McCarthy are suited for their roles but McKinnon and Jones steal the show and Chris Hemsworth is stitch as the receptionist. Feig plays proper homage to the original with clever cameos. The special effects are just right and I enjoyed it way more than I may have originally thought I would. 07-16-2016