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Yes, it’s another Kevin Costner sports movie, but don’t let that turn you away from “McFarland, USA.” Earnestly told and beautifully shot, it’s a remarkable story that’s worth your time and attention.
Draft Day probably won’t be the best sports film you’ve ever seen, but it’s far from the worst. In fact, it’s a surprisingly entertaining and well-constructed film which, in addition to satisfying your average NFL fans’ desire for authenticity regarding the workings of the NFL Draft, should also appeal to a wide audience thanks to its cast and deft, comedic direction from Ivan Reitman.
Tightly-plotted, intense, and intelligent, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a solid, engaging thriller that can stand alongside the previous film adaptations of Tom Clancy’s espionage novels in terms of quality while also retooling and freshening up the concept for newer audiences.
Once you see “Man of Steel”, whether you enjoyed the film or not, you’ll have to give director Zack Snyder credit for one thing: he’s crafted a Superman film unlike any we’ve ever seen in the character’s 75-year existence.