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T2 Trainspotting Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: Stylish Highs and Nostalgic Lows in ‘T2: Trainspotting’

What happened to Mark Renton, Spud, Sick Boy and Begbie? Read our movie review of T2 Trainspotting to find out: It’s been over 20 years since Ewan McGregor ran with the money, Ewen Bremner kept quiet, Robert Carlyle was caught by the police and Jonny Lee Miller lost his infant child to neglect. Did you forget all those moments from Trainspotting? Don’t …

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Power Rangers 2017 Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Power Rangers’ Mighty Morphs into a Clunky Blockbuster

Power Rangers is heavy on the nostalgia, but does it do the old show justice? Read our movie review to find out! It’s the strangest feeling to view something you grew up watching after school on television replicated on the big screen for a new generation. I recall being so into the Power Rangers that did battle with monsters that I’d draw …

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The Boss Baby Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘The Boss Baby’ is a Mess in Need of Changing

The Boss Baby is far from being the boss of laughs! Read our movie review here: The Boss Baby is the type of concept that seems better suited to an animated short or a series of shorts in the vain of Looney Tunes. The titular character of a baby in a business suit with all the mannerisms and physical behaviors of …

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Beauty and the Beast Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Has More Beauty than Originality

Beauty and the Beast is a new take on an animated classic! Read our movie review here: Disney has done a superb job at translating their lesser-animated movies The Jungle Book and Pete’s Dragon into fresh and vibrant remakes, but they’re playing with fire when tackling Beauty and the Beast. The original animated film is undeniably a Disney classic, having …

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Kong: Skull Island Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Boasts B-Movie Thrills

Kong: Skull Island is a monster of a movie! Read our movie review to get all the explosive action: Picture if you will a scene where a bearded John C. Reilly fights off pterodactyls with a Japanese sword. Now picture Samuel L. Jackson shooting a giant spider multiple times in the face with a pistol. Then picture King Kong slurping up …

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Table 19 Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: The Light Laughs and Lovable Losers at ‘Table 19’

Table 19 brings the laughs with wedding losers! Read our movie review now: It’s a familiar scenario, being invited to a wedding where you barely know anyone there. Either you’re a friend, a distant cousin or the black sheep of the family. You just feel out of place and unsure of what to do or say to anybody. I’ve seen my …

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Rock Dog Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Rock Dog’ Is One Note Short of Greatness

Does Rock Dog turn it up to 11? Read our movie review to find out: Oh, how I was pulling for Rock Dog. In a market crowded with animated features vying for the spotlight for all the attention and box office, it’s the smaller animated films that become easily lost in the shuffle. It’s not so much that this was a …

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Fist Fight Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Fist Fight’ Throws More Punches than Laughs

Does Fist Fight land many punches in the humor department? Read our movie review to find out: Charlie Day’s character begins his class by stating that words are important, but Fist Fight will aim to prove him wrong. Every character stammers in typical comedic fashion where the loudest, grossest, rudest and most offensive language wins. By the end of the movie, he’ll be …

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Logan Movie Review MovieSpoon.com

Movie Review: ‘Logan’ is a Bold, Bloody, Badass Finale

Is Wolverine’s final stand an incredible conclusion to his story? Read our movie review of Logan to find out: Hugh Jackman has been playing the iconic role of Logan “Wolverine” Howlett for 17 years. But in Logan he dons the claws one last time in a movie that presents a much different version of the X-Men character, in a movie without the title of …

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