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Black or White has a couple highlights worthy of note, but overall it's a film that languishes in mediocrity as writer/director Mike Binder can't help but play to standard, storytelling stereotypes.
Project Almanac is something of a missed opportunity, squandering a fun little high school story in the attempt to become too big for its own good, and yet another found footage feature that runs into all the typical logic traps.
Cliched characters, for the most part, sink the submarine thriller Black Sea, but at least some harrowing action sequences keep you entertained for the duration.
The Boy Next Door contains one of the best (or worst) lines in cinematic history as it is one hell of a tone-deaf thriller that actually could have been quite entertaining had it not taken itself so damned seriously.
Paddington is immensely charming and funny despite its rather familiar plot, making it a breath of fresh air in what has been an unpleasant January.
Non-fans of Kevin Hart won't be converted by The Wedding Ringer and the misogynistic humor will likely turn others off, but otherwise it adequately serves its purpose as an R-rated bromantic comedy.
Blackhat is a complete and utter failure of quite epic proportions, every scene containing something to dislike, slowly mounting to a conclusion proving the entire movie was a complete waste of time.
Supposedly the Taken franchise "ends here" as the marketing assures us, but as it turns out it should have ended long ago as Taken 3 is an embarrassment, somehow even worse than Taken 2.
Ava DuVernay's Martin Luther King story Selma has been thrown into the Oscar race and scrutinized for its historical accuracy, but how is it as a movie?
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death unfortunately follows in the footsteps of every major horror film in the last decade: jump scares, jump scares, and jump scares.