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Abandon Ship From Anna Faris’ New Comedy!

By Kevin Thomas
Writer, Contributor

1 out of 5 stars (one of the worst films I have ever seen)


I’ve been reviewing movies since 2005, and I’ve seen a lot of clunkers. From offensive tripe like Daddy’s Home to the incompetence that is Furry Vengeance, I’ve had my fair share of displeasure at the multiplex. However, no theatrically-released film has ever been so awful to the point that I walked out of it. Never has a film so fundamentally misunderstood its premise, characters, and message so badly that I actively had to leave. That is, until I saw the mess that is the unnecessary 2018 remake of Overboard. While the original had depth and thought-provoking commentary while still being a laugh riot, this shipwreck is content to trot out easy jokes without any of the pathos of its predecessor and completely undermines its romantic ending. Continue reading Abandon Ship From Anna Faris’ New Comedy!

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Dwayne Johnson’s Newest Will Leave Audiences in a Rampage

By Kevin Thomas
Writer, Contributor

1.5 out 5 stars (one of the worst I’ve seen this year)

Rampage is one of the most bizarrely terrible movies I’ve seen this year.  Taking its “story” from the always successful-source of a video game, this film collapses on impact due to insultingly underdeveloped characters, less-than-half-baked ideas, and a cast full of people who look either confused or bored throughout (excluding an appropriately hammy Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who understands the malarkey he’s in).  I don’t often leave for the restroom without qualms on missing vital pieces of plot info, but Rampage was an exception.  I knew where it was going, and it wasn’t anywhere good. Continue reading Dwayne Johnson’s Newest Will Leave Audiences in a Rampage

Movie Review: “A Wrinkle In Time” ( 4/5 stars )

By Kevin Thomas
Writer, Contributor

Live-action Disney movies are a mixed bag. For every film that goes above and beyond expectations (Pete’s Dragon), there is one with irritatingly underused potential (Cinderella). Their newest film, A Wrinkle in Time, thankfully sits in the former category, with a mostly solid cast, colorful visuals, and, best of all, a truly empowering message for young children.

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