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Spider-Man: Homecoming
13 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

This reimaging of Spider-Man is the best and due to the talent and likeability of Tom Holland as Peter Parker. The film humanizes Spidey and has heart and laughs and is one of my favorite Marvel Films yet. Downey Jr., Favreau, Tomei, and many others do great support work which enhances the film even more. Michael Keaton is also quite good as the nemesis. Well acted, photographed and written. One of the best films I have seen this year. Summer fun for sure! 07-09-2017

Despicable Me 3
13 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The Third time isn't that chrming, it still has laughs and clever humor but it seemed written by different people and I was left somewhat underwhelmed. The minions are barely in it and that hurts the movie. It's not horrible but not great like the first two. 07-03-2017

CHIPS
CHIPS (2017)
19 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

A classic Tv show turned into a smut fest with unneeded graphic nudity and vulgar jokes and language. I love Michael Pena but he's horribly miscast as Ponch and Shepard is too over the top as Jon. The script and the acting is horrid and I laughed very little. A total disappointment! 07-02-2017

The Conjuring 2
34 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

As scary as the first film and well directed by James Wan who instills scares and humanity in a 2 hour and fifteen minute scare fest. Madison Wolfe shines as the possessed English girl and Wilson and Famigia are believable as Ed and Lorraine Warren who were real paranormal investigators. I am not a believer of ghosts but was entertained all the same and this is a great summer night view. 06-18-2017

Get Out
Get Out (2017)
40 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

A comedy/Thriller with a slick social message that is deftly directed by first timer Jordan Peele. It has thrills to match its laughs and a great lead performance by Daniel Kaluuya who makes you care for and root for. Also good are Jones, WIlliams, Whitford and Keener. Well written and after a slow beginning, a great pace. One of the year's best films I have seen. 06-12-2017