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Feeling to have less energy than the preceding film, it's still an enjoyable and competently made follow-up ... and a fitting swan-song for the character of Rocky Balboa.
‐ Colby Bryant, Colbybryant.comThe Grinch
This new version of The Grinch meets to entertain and enlighten new generations of viewers about the history of that character and promote their message of union and solidarity. [Full Review in Spanish]
‐ Diana Su, Cine PremiereSocial Animals
What Social Animals ultimately does is take us on a journey in order to see what Instagram users will do to be successful.
‐ Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the Movies
AT HOMEDa Sweet Blood of Jesus
DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS is an admirable failure by a legendary filmmaker.BlacKkKlansman
At the heart of the film is the struggle of a man attempting to assimilate vastly different groups while keeping true to his own identity.King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen
Cohen's footprint is all over the film industry today and his vigilante approach to the art form would never fly by today's standards, but damn if KING COHEN isn't an inspiring film.