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KEDI * * * * * (Cat documentary) Cat lovers will love this charming documentary about hundreds of thousands of Turkish cats that roam freely through the streets of Istanbul, claiming no owners, neither wild nor tame, but connecting with the Turkish more
SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING * * * (Joyce) * * * * (Don) (Funny, exciting and Marvel-ous) Joyce doesn't like superhero movies, but I convinced her that this one looked different. This take on Spidey has a unique tongue-in-cheek approach to super-heroes that more
Movie Review by JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars From the mind of writer/co-producer James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Slither) comes a darkly satirical thriller that was accurately described by Matt Donato as Office Space meets Battle Royale."" more
LIFE* * ½(Sci-fi horror)A better title would be "Killer Octopus From Mars.”A group of six NASA scientists have captured a strange tiny life form and are studying it aboard their space … more
Baby Driver Movie review By JOHN PANNOZZI **** out of five stars Writer/director Edgar Wright, known for such films as Scott Pilgrim, Shaun of the Dead,and Hot Fuzz, continues his streak of films with visual ingenuity, movie in-jokes, and lots of heart more
BABY DRIVER * * * (Exciting caper/car chase movie with a few twists) Anset Elgort stars as a young, baby-faced driver who is in debt to a heartless boss (Kevin Spacey), paying him off by being the getaway driver in his heists. Baby has one more job to more
GOING IN STYLE * * * (Mildly funny/poignant senior movie) Take three great actors (Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin) and put them in a movie about three senior citizens trying to survive, and you should have a hilarious movie. Unfortunately, more
DESPICABLE ME 3 * * (Less of Gru & more of Minions would be better) Why do they always seem to make one too many sequels? Seeing less of Gru (voice of Steve Carrell) and more of the Minions would have been more enjoyable. In this one, Gru has reformed, more
THE BEGUILED * * * (Tense morality play) Sophia Coppola directs this tense, psychological morality play with a dark mood, moving ever so slowly from beginning to chilling end. It is 1864 in Virginia, right in the middle of the Civil War. Miss Martha more
By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars The third film written by Daniel Clowes and based on a graphic novel of his (following Ghost World and Art School Confidential), Wilson is the story of a foulmouthed man who tells it like he sees it. The film's more
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