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Director; Genre; StarsFilmReview
Rob Cohen
American erotic thriller
Jennifer Lopez; Ryan Guzman
The plot telegraphs twists well in advance, never really defies expectations, and has characters making frustrating decisions from time to time. You’ll see the twists and drama coming a mile away.
Josh Trank
American superhero film
Miles Teller; Michael B. Jordan
Kate Mara; Jamie Bell
The cinematic equivalent of malware; Gloomy and humorless tone, lack of dynamic between the titular characters; A 100-minute trailer for a movie that never happens.
Steve Pink
American science fiction comedy film
Rob Corddry; Craig Robinson
Clark Duke; Adam Scott; Chevy Chase
Who left the turd in the _____ _____? [I gave the first movie] four stars, relishing its funny blend of dude-where’s-my-life? humor, wacky retro riffs and dumb-smart gags...this version of the ______ ______ is more powerful — it’s made me go back and hate the original.
Lana and Andy Wachowski
American–Australian space opera
Channing Tatum; Mila Kunis
Amid criticism, the film picked up an enthusiastic following, particularly among female sci-fi fans who have embraced the film with the general attitude of: 'This movie is garbage, but it's OUR garbage!'
Andy Fickman
American action comedy
Kevin James; Neal McDonough
Kevin James keeps falling on his face and colliding with heavy objects, this time in Vegas, in this tacky, numbingly inane sequel.
Tarsem Singh
American science fiction thriller
Ryan Reynolds; Natalie Martinez
Boasts a potential-packed premise, but does frustratingly little with it, settling for lackluster action at the expense of interesting idea.
Alan Taylor
American science fiction action
Arnold Schwarzenegger; Jason Clarke
Mired in its muddled mythology, _____: _____ is a lurching retread that lacks the thematic depth, conceptual intelligence, or visual thrills that launched this once-mighty franchise.
Tom Harper
British supernatural horror film
Phoebe Fox; Jeremy Irvine
Yet another example that not all successful horror movies have what it takes to become successful horror franchises.
David Koepp
American action comedy
Johnny Depp; Gwyneth Paltrow
Ewan McGregor; Olivia Munn
This adaptation of Bonfiglioli’s _____ novels features Depp as yet another over the top caricature, but the movie’s attempt to recapture the zany spirit of movies like The Pink Panther rings as hollow as its star’s comical turn. _____ ends up being a rather (painfully?) boring comical caper.
Travis Cluff & Chris Lofing
American found footage
supernatural horror film
Reese Mishler; Pfeifer Brown
Ryan Shoos; Cassidy Gifford
Another low-risk, low-reward release from Blumhouse Productions – who has made a fortune on small-budget horror movies. Despite contrived high school melodrama, one-note teen stereotypes, and a second-rate supernatural baddie, _____ _____ still managed to earn $42 million for the studio on a $100,000 budget.
Aleksander Bach
German-American-British action thriller
Rupert Friend; Hannah Ware
A second missed opportunity to translate one of the more adaptable video games into a satisfying movie experience.
Jon M. Chu
American musical fantasy drama
Aubrey Peeples; Stefanie Scott
Hayley Kiyoko; Aurora Perrineau
1980s cartoon has fans across multiple generations, but the live-action film carries over little from the original animated TV show – instead providing an “origin story” for the eponymous band that bears little resemblance to its predecessor. The final result is a cheesy and cliched movie about a band’s rise to fame that feels very much like the hollow and cheaply-made (failed) studio cash grab that it is.
Gregory Plotkin
American 3D found footage supernatural horror
Chris J. Murray; Brit Shaw
The series started as a refreshing one-off movie experience that, in an effort to build a franchise, is now a shadow of its former success (both critically and financially).
Ericson Core
3D action thriller
Édgar Ramírez; Luke Bracey
Bigger set pieces do not make for a better _____ ______, and director Ericson Core fails to improve upon the original film in any meaningful way.

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