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Midnight in Paris
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Midnight in Paris is no doubt beautifully filmed, and its themes of nostalgia are heartfelt and genuine, but with a surprisingly dull script, lackluster pacing, an absurd and nonsensical story, an unsettling ending, and (as can be expected) a completely miscast performance from Owen Wilson, it's a ultimately a pretty big disappointment.

Magic in the Moonlight
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

7.5/10

It's not one of Woody Allen's more ambitious projects, but Magic in the Moonlight's charming cast, intriguing plot, heartfelt message, and snappy humor make it a likable and entertaining romantic comedy.

The Expendables 3
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

7.5/10

Its more modern vibe and PG-13 rating might turn away some of the franchise's more old-school fans, but The Expendables 3 still delivers the marvelous cast, fantastic action, tense plot, and badass one-liners that makes the franchise enjoyable. Also, Mel Gibson's absolutely bravura performance as Conrad Stonebanks is easily the best villain performance of 2014 so far.

The Expendables 2
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Better scripted, plotted, and directed than the first film, and featuring a much more fun and self-deprecating vibe and tone, The Expendables 2 is undoubtedly the best of the Expendables trilogy, and just a damn great action film on its own.

The Expendables
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Though Sylvester Stallone's direction is a bit choppy and the plot is thin, and Mickey Rourke and Bruce Willis are horribly underused, The Expendables utilizes its fantastic cast and tense premise to great extent, and delivers a good old-fashioned, exciting actioner.