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Review: “The Water Diviner”

“The Water Diviner” marks a fine debut directing effort for Russell Crowe, who also leads an exceptional cast in this beautifully shot historical war drama, inspired by true events.

Review: “Seventh Son”

“Seventh Son” is slightly better than the usual schlock period action or epic fantasy films found in theaters in January or February, but only slightly.

Review: “Jupiter Ascending”

Once again, the Wachowskis dare to dream big and deliver dazzling visuals in “Jupiter Ascending”, but compared to other genre-defining space opera of our time, this one’s tone deaf.

Review: “Exodus: Gods And Kings”

Breathtaking visuals abound in “Exodus: Gods and Kings”, but they’re not enough to help you overcome that whole “been there, done that” feeling.

Review: “Maleficent”

Angelina Jolie is pitch perfect as Disney’s iconic villain Maleficent, and leads a visually stunning production that’s only possible flaw, oddly enough, is its take on the title character herself.

Review: “Godzilla”

The new “Godzilla” focuses on delivering a spectacle worthy of the King of Monsters, while also honoring dramatic themes and concepts for which the original 1954 Japanese classic and the 1956 American version starring Raymond Burr were famous for. Curiously enough, however, the new film misses the mark because, among other things, there’s simply not enough monster movie mayhem and far too little fun.