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Smurfs: The Lost Village: Audiences feeling blue

2 out of 4 stars Consider yourself warned: Smurfs: The Lost Village is nothing more than an extended version of the 1980s TV cartoon series about the blue people who live in a remote village. Smurfs, if you think about it, […]

Smurfs: The Lost Village: Audiences feeling blue

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2 out of 4 stars Consider yourself warned: Smurfs: The Lost Village is nothing more than an extended version of the 1980s TV cartoon series about the blue people who live in a remote village. Smurfs, if you think about it, […]

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The Lyric to adopt ‘Annie’ from April 21-22

When it comes to “Annie,” hope – no matter if it’s during the Great Depression or in a year of political turmoil – always springs eternal. “It’s the timeless story

Table 19: A wedding destined for divorce

1.5 out of 4 stars Weddings are defined by two words: “I do.” But when it comes to seeing director Jeffrey Blitz’s marital flick Table 19, you’re better off saying “I

Oscars: Who won the Oscar?

Well, that happened. We officially had a Kanye West moment at the Oscars, but the fault lies simply with negligence, not pride. The instant that Warren Beatty squinted and completed

XXX: Return of Xander Cage: Movie Review

2 out of 4 stars Xander “XXX” Cage should have remained dead. But instead he miraculously returned to the big screen a decade after he was supposedly killed during one of

Bleed for This, Fantastic Beasts make for a fun movie week

(Bleed for This and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them each get 3 out of 4 stars) One is a based on a true story; the other is spin-off

Hacksaw Ridge: Miraculous film armed with faith

3.5 out of 4 stars How far would you go to stay true to your beliefs? Would you risk spending years in prison? Being ostracized by your country? What about your

American Pastoral examines a family split by political divide

With the 2016 Presidential Election from Hell mercifully running out of gas, there’s a new movie out that reminds us that things could always be worse. American Pastoral, a

The Accountant: It’s not money

2 out of 4 stars In Argo, Ben Affleck evaded the tyrannical Iranian government to rescue American diplomats. In The Town, he avoided law enforcement as a bank robber. In

Storks: A bird bash worth seeing

2 ½ out 4 stars Remember when storks delivered babies? That was so 20th century. Now, Stork Mountain is home to the Amazon-like Cornerstore.com, which uses storks to deliver packages, not

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