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"Captain America: Civil War" is the sort of super-hero movie that hits its marks and gives you everything you expected but offers no surprises or boldness.
"Civil War" is the Marvel Cinematic Universe's 13th entry, but compelling characters, smart pacing & clever action prove the series is just hitting its stride.
A crude and vulgar holiday film that will put you off from the Christmas spirit. Sure, it has laughs, but they are cheap and sophomoric.
Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt successfully reunite under the direction of Jonathan Levine in this fun, holiday-themed comedy.
INDIANAPOLIS!!! WIN PASSES TO SEE THE NIGHT BEFORE, Monday November 16th at 7pm!! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post about this contest and tell us what’s your favorite Christmas movie? Synopsis: From Jonathan Levine, the acclaimed director of 50/50, comes the […]
It's got the classy veneer of an awards contender, but "Our Brand Is Crisis" falls flat outside of Sandra Bullock's stellar turn.
Captain America’s civil war is over. The filming of “Captain America: Civil War” is done as of yesterday. Captain America, (Chris Evans) Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) drank to the end of all their hard work by going to a bar called Imperii. The […]
With aggression more akin to Christopher Nolan's Batman films than Marvel's pop spectacle, this sequel tests Cap's mettle & metal in mighty, entertaining ways.
Well-acted but ineptly plotted, this look at Julian Assange and his anti-secrecy crusade is a better idea for a movie than the one they made.
A hard-to-watch parade of misfires, the ostensible comedy "Pain & Gain" ends up fetishizing the very warped muscle culture it set out to parody.
Blunt and brisk in its own inoffensive way, "Gangster Squad" is still a piece of meathead cinema and one that's mostly sizzle, no steak.
Wants to be a fun and zippy thriller, part heist flick and part revenge catharsis, but the moving parts fit together a little too neatly.
Though hardly a cinematic knockout, "Real Steel" is an amusing, if overly sappy, father/son redemption story with impressively cool robots.
It seems free will is not so free in "The Adjustment Bureau," a bit of trippy entertainment that makes up for its lack of thematic depth.