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7/3/2019: The changes make this Pet Sematary difficult to Gage.

 

7/2/2019: 13 Hours minus 9 hours equals 4K.  Or something like that.

 

7/1/2019: Don't make The Haunting of Sharon Tate part of your family.

 

6/10/2019: The Illusionist certainly lives up to its name.

 

5/24/2019: The Hole in the Ground isn't as deep as it would like to be.

 

5/23/2019: Mortuary is dead on arrival.

 

5/22/2019: You can easily Escape From Womens Prison (Just ignore it.)

 

5/21/2019: The Hidden World should probably remain hidden.

 

5/20/2019: Served hot or cold, Death Warmed Up disappoints.

 

5/9/2019: Masked Mutilator puts the slasher film in a headlock.

 

5/8/2019: Level 16 goes all the way to the top.

 

5/7/2019: Warner Bros. shoots a brick with The Lego Movie 2.

 

5/6/2019: Modern technology meets colonial times as The Witch hits 4K.

 

4/24/2019: Vice brings back some bad memories.

 

4/23/2019: It takes a bunch of Johns to form the Mega Time Squad.

 

4/22/2019: One copy of Replicas will be enough.

 

4/19/2018: Don't be a"Frid" of the Master of Dark Shadows.

 

4/18/2019: This weekend, check out a new Starboy.

 

4/17/2019: Glass shattered the expectations for a good sequel.

 

4/16/2019: Don't follow Archer to Danger Island.

 

4/15/2019: Scared Stiff?  Not so much.

 

4/3/2019: Welcome to Marwen.  Now leave and find a better movie.

 

4/2/2019: The Transformers sequels are yellow with envy about Bumblebee.

 

4/1/2019: Old meets new in the last version of Nancy Drew.

 

3/27/2019: More bad things happen in the countryside in Matriarch.

 

3/26/2019: Superstition will hit you like a buzzsaw.

 

3/25/2019: Something this mediocre doesn't happen by Accident.

 

3/18/2019: Tell your fish friends that Aquaman is OK. 

 

3/13/2019: The Manitou is coming for you.

 

3/12/2019: Fantastic Beasts, lackluster movie.

 

3/11/2019: Mortal Engines quickly runs out of gas.

 

3/4/2019: Instant Family adopts a surprisingly realistic tone.

 

3/1/2019: What could Strip Nude for Your Killer be about?

 

2/28/2019: Are you watching Kolobos or is it watching you?

 

2/27/2019: The Favourite?  Not by a long shot.

 

2/26/2019: Green Book offers an educational trip.

 

2/25/2019: Creed II is like a re-run of a copy of a duplicate.

 

2/19/2019: The Little Mermaid swims onto Blu-ray Disc...again.

 

2/18/2019: Don't invite Next of Kin to the family reunion.

 

2/15/2019: Invasion of the Blood Farmers could use some subsidies.

 

2/14/2019: Ralph Breaks the Internet is off-line.

 

2/13/2019: Of corpse The Possession of Hannah Grace is a rip-off.

 

2/12/2019: This Possum is not playing dead...it is dead.

 

2/11/2019: Don't check into the Haunted Hospital.

 

2/8/2019: A Star is Born.  We were bored.

 

2/7/2019: The Golem has nothing to do with Lord of the Rings.

 

2/6/2019: Bohemian Rhapsody will rock your world.

 

2/5/2019: Skinner is a pore example of a horror movie.

 

2/4/2019: Haven't you already seen The Cloverfield Paradox?

 

1/31/2019: You will Nazi enough monsters in Overlord.

 

1/30/2019: Find a rainbow of killers in All the Colors of Giallo.

 

1/29/2019: No need to copy-protect Boy Erased.

 

1/28/2019: Reign of the Supermen asks the real Man of Steel to step forward.

 

1/25/2019: Watching All the Colors of the Dark is like being in prism.

 

1/24/2019: This Nutcracker has four realms and zero reasons to exist.

 

1/23/2019: Audition doesn't hold up after a second viewing.

 

1/22/2019: There's no need to reach the summit of Crimson Peak.

 

1/21/2019: You're a not so mean one Mr. Grinch.

 

1/18/2019: Goosebumps 2 is a love-letter to Halloween.

 

1/17/2019: The Dark is hiding a pretty-good movie.

 

1/16/2019: What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? and why should I care?

 

1/15/2019: The House That Would Not Die does not scare.

 

1/14/2019: First Man offers the dark side of the space program.

 

12/28/2018: The mask is right and that's about it in Halloween.

 

12/27/2018: Your credits won't transfer to Night School.

 

12/26/2018: The time isn't right for The House With a Clock in its Walls.

 

12/14/2018: Colette does a bad job telling a good story.

 

12/13/2108: Peppermint won't leave you with a fresh feeling.

 

12/12/2018: Throne of Atlantis does Aquaman little justice.

 

12/11/2018: You may Fallout of your seat during the first act.

 

12/10/2018: The Nun does nothing for Catholic outreach.

 

11/30/2018: Bloody Birthday is bloody awesome.

 

11/28/2018: Maniac shows that looking better doesn't equal being better.

 

11/27/2018: Are you dying to get this Zombie re-release?

 

11/26/2018: Can't Hardly Wait for this odd re-release.

 

11/12/2018: There's not much that's incredible in The Incredibles 2.

 

11/9/2018: Rachel Chu adds something new to Crazy Rich Asians.

 

11/8/2018: A bigger shark isn't a better shark in The Meg.

 

11/7/2018: BlacKkKlansman holds a mirror up to the present.

 

11/6/2018: There's no model behavior in Blood and Black Lace.

 

11/5/2018: Mamma Mia!  Not Again!

 

11/2/2018: Follow Teen Titans To The Movies.

 

10/26/2018: Generation Wealth is a bad investment.

 

10/22/2018: Ant-Man and The Wasp loom large in the MCU.

 

10/19/2018: Clear your browser history for Unfriended: Dark Web.

 

10/15/2018: Will Torso appeal to anybody?

 

10/12/2018: Constantine: City of Demons should be evacuated.

 

10/9/2018: Waste no time in seeing Leave No Trace.

 

10/8/2018: Arizona is not a great advertisement for Arizona.

 

10/4/2018: Skyscraper reaches for new heights, but falls flat.

 

10/3/2018: The First Purge should be the last purge.

 

 10/2/2018: Blood Fest is not the best.

 

10/1/2018: Anthropophagus is a mouthful. 

 

9/28/2018: We're Afraid that we can't recommend this one.

 

9/27/2018: After a few minutes, I was watching this one Solo.

 

9/26/2018: Absurd.  Yep, pretty much.

 

9/21/2018: Don't rush to see The Row.

 

9/20/2018: Welcome aboard [Rec]4: Apocalypse.

 

9/19/2018: You're invited to experience [Rec]3: Genesis.

 

9/18/2018: [Rec] gets locked inside of a Blu-ray Disc.

 

9/17/2018: Is this an Occupation worth pursuing?

 

9/13/2018: The cast of Ocean's 8 steal the show.

 

9/12/2018: Playtime is deadly in The Toybox.

 

9/11/2018: Tag.  Now it's your turn to be disappointed.

 

9/10/2018: Don't go out of your way to see this Grindhouse Double Feature.

 

9/7/2018: The title Dead Night is the least confusing thing here.

 

9/6/2018: Don't be a-Fred of Won't You Be My Neighbor?

 

9/5/2018: Adrift will leave you with a sinking feeling.

 

9/4/2018: You're invited to a wedding on The Big Bang Theory.

 

9/3/2018: Return of the Living Dead Part II has no pulse.

 

8/28/2018: Don't bother joining this Book Club.

 

8/27/2018: Deadpool 2 cranks up the craziness.

 

8/24/2018: Hot dog!  It's The Horror of Party Beach!

 

8/23/2018: Watch a microchip do a flip in Upgrade.

 

8/22/2018: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit gets the 4K treatment.

 

8/10/2018: It's Doomsday for Metropolis in The Death of Superman.

 

8/7/2018: The Case of the Scorpion's Tail has not sting.

 

8/6/2018: Add Life of the Party to your class schedule.

 

8/3/2018: Marital bliss doesn't exist On Chesil Beach.

 

8/2/2018: The Changeling will change how you look at modern ghost movies.

 

8/1/2018: Be prepared to laugh and cry with Avengers: Infinity War.

 

7/31/2018: Doom Asylum is Kristin Davis' second worst movie.

 

7/30/2018: Take the plunge with Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.

 

7/25/2018: Baby blues are just the beginning in Tully.

 

7/23/2018: Super Troopers 2 goes too Farva.

 

7/19/2018:  Truth or Dare?  Is neither an option?

 

7/17/2018: Ready Player One is a pop-culture party.

 

  7/16/2018: I Feel Pretty bummed out by this movie. 

 

7/5/2018: Rampage is another video game disaster.

 

7/3/2018: The plotholes in this film could fill A Quiet Place.

 

6/29/2018: Blockers? Maybe blinders would be a better choice.

 

6/22/2018: Find yourself a copy of The Mimic.

 

6/22/2018: This Flower feels more like a weed.

 

6/21/2018: Unsane?  How about unrealistic?

 

6/20/2018: Pacific Rim: Uprising emerges from the dark.

 

6/19/2018: Tomb Raider hasn't mastered the croft of filmmaking.

 

6/19/2018: Hopefully this Midnight Sun won't rise at your house.

 

6/18/2018: Love, Simon.  Loved the movie.

 

6/18/2018: Every Day?  No, but it's worth watching at least once.

 

6/15/2018: Zombie 3 had three directors.  Coincidence?

 

6/14/2018: Brunch or The Church?  Tough call.

 

6/13/2018: Have you seen Aliens?  Then you've seen Shocking Dark

 

6/12/2018: You can doo better than Daphne & Velma.

 

6/11/2018: Logic and quality face Annihilation.

 

6/8/2018: Mission: Impossible goes Rogue on 4K.

 

6/7/2018: Be on the Hunt for Mission: Impossible 4 on 4K UHD.

 

6/6/2018: Peter Pan flies back onto Blu-ray Disc again.

 

6/5/2018: Terminator Genisys morphs into 4K.

 

6/4/2018: Jurassic World bites into 4K.

 

6/1/2018: Make Game Night part of your movie night.

 

5/16/2018: The Matrix 4K is worth the upgrade.

 

5/9/2018: I Kill Giants has some big problems.

 

5/8/2018: The Manor should be burned to the ground.

 

5/7/2018: Batman Ninja is a wild ride through time.

 

4/27/2018: Fifty Shades Freed should have been detained.

 

4/26/2018: Killer worms meet climate change in the sixth Tremors film.

 

4/25/2018: If you've seen Deep Blue Sea, then you've seen Deep Blue Sea 2.

 

4/18/2018: My Friend Dahmer is not worth knowing.

 

4/17/2018: Paddington 2 much fun to bear.

 

4/16/2018: Liquid Sky ushers in a new wave of weird.

 

4/13/2018: Watch Chris Evans Push his way towards stardom.

 

4/12/2018: Knowing is worth knowing.

 

4/11/2018: Hit the road with Father Figures.

 

4/10/2018: Molly's Game is worth playing.

 

4/9/2018: Suicide Squad is better when it's animated.

 

4/4/2018: Get in the ring with The Greatest Showman.

 

4/3/2018: Grease looks better than ever in 4K.

 

4/2/2018: This release leaves a Sandlot to be desired.

 

4/1/2018: Permanent.  That feels about right.

 

3/20/2018: The Flash is one fast Lego. 

 

3/19/2018: Chill with Batman & Mr. Freeze.

 

3/15/2018: The Sandman will put you to sleep.

 

3/13/2018: Justice League is not super.

 

3/12/2018: The Shape of Water is not the best movie of 2017.

 

3/8/2018: Meet The Man Who Invented Christmas.

 

3/7/2018: Downsizing is Payne-ful to watch.

 

3/6/2018: Thor: Ragnarok is the best movie of 2017.

 

3/5/2018: Lady and the Tramp is beautiful but shallow.

 

3/2/2018: Pitch Perfect 3 hits a sour note.

 

3/1/2018: Scalpel cuts a swath across Georgia.

 

2/28/2018: Three Billboards advertises a new take on a familiar story.

 

2/27/2018: The skates aren't the only razor-sharp things in I, Tonya.

 

2/26/2018: Coco is so-so.

 

2/15/2018: Oldman plays an old man in Darkest Hour.

 

2/14/2018: The Sect has his father's eyes.

 

2/13/2018: Some nice changes "Carrie" Homeland in a new direction.

 

2/12/2018: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life is a long title.

 

2/9/2018: This Gate II shall be closed.

 

2/8/2018: Victor Crowley says bayou guys!

 

2/7/2018: Parenting actually works in Daddy's Home 2.

 

2/6/2018: A better picture doesn't make Daddy's Home a better movie.

 

2/5/2018: The Aftermath?  Disappointment.

 

1/29/2018: Batman vs. Jack the Ripper.  'Nuff said.

 

1/25/2018: Woody Woodpecker attempts a comeback.

 

1/24/2018: Suburbicon should move out of town.

 

1/23/2018: 10 Cloverfield Lane is somehow worse on 4K.

 

1/22/2018: Cloverfield -- The second best found footage movie.

 

1/11/2018: Geostorm puts a damper on movie night.

 

1/10/2018: Something is blocking The Lego Ninjago Movie from being good.

 

1/9/2018: This Opera falls flat.

 

1/8/2018: Blade Runner 2049 is real...real mediocre.

 

1/5/2018: A serial killer in Oslo?  Norway!

 

1/4/2018: It doesn't clown around.

 

1/3/2018: Brad's Status is not as good as his movie.

 

1/2/2018: The Houses October Built 2 should be condemned (again).

 

1/1/2018: Brawl in Cell Block 99 should be incarcerated.

 

12/29/2017: There's not enough mayhem in Mayhem.

 

12/28/2017: Morrissey?  More like bore-issey.

 

12/27/2017: American Made a mistake straying from the truth.

 

12/26/2017: Hell Night. Yeah, that sums it up.

 

12/25/2017: M.F.A. is Ms. 45 2017.

 

12/22/2017: The Dark Knight Rises is a disappointing finale.

 

12/21/2017: it's no joke.  The Dark Knight arrives on 4K.

 

12/20/2017: Batman Begins a trilogy on 4K.

 

12/19/2017: Spend a day with Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

 

12/18/2017: Stronger shows us what a true story should look like.

 

12/15/2017: Kingsman: The Golden Circle is solid gold.

 

12/14/2017: You should not go Home Again.

 

12/13/2017: This isn't your Mother!'s art film.

 

12/12/2017: Dunkirk is no day at the beach.

 

12/11/2017: American Assassin murders the spy genre.

 

12/1/2017: I wish Transformers movies were extinct.

 

11/30/2017: Dark of the Moon looks pretty bright on 4K.

 

11/29/2017: Transformers offers more than meets the eye on 4K.

 

11/22/2017: Crucifixion to turn this off.

 

11/21/2017: Gru and Dru meet you in Despicable Me 3.

 

11/20/2017: Cars 3 shows that the series is going in circles.

 

11/16/2017: Deathdream has a nightmarish ending.

 

11/15/2017: Best to not watch Better Watch Out.

 

11/14/2017: Woodshockingly bad.

 

11/13/2017: Rememory is easily forgettable.

 

11/10/2017: Lacking in both funds and spirit.

 

11/9/2017: The Hitman's Bodyguard misses the mark.

 

11/8/2017: Logan Lucky.  Audience not.

 

11/7/2017: I have reservations about recommending Wind River.

 

11/6/2017: We can see right through The Glass Castle.

 

11/3/2017: Atomic Blonde's have more gun.

 

11/2/2017: The Show should be canceled.

 

11/1/2017: Rawhead Rex should have remained an underground film.

 

10/31/2017: Linda Blair has big hair in a film which is rare.

 

10/30/2017: I not dreaming of a Red Christmas.

 

10/27/2017: Dave Made a Maze worth exploring.

 

10/26/2017: Take a chance on Kidnap.

 

10/25/2017: Are you ghosting The Emoji Movie?

 

10/24/2017: Annabelle: Creation isn't toying around.

 

10/23/2017: Batman Vs. Two-Face is a weird flashback.

 

10/12/2017: Warm Bodies heats up the zombie genre.

 

10/11/2017: This Popcorn is stale.

 

10/10/2017: Wish Upon a star for a better movie.

 

10/9/2017: Leave The Book of Henry on the shelf.

 

10/6/2017: The House is full of craps.

 

10/5/2017: Ruby is a classic B-movie bait and switch.

 

10/4/2017: A Ghost Story is a pile of sheet.

 

10/3/2017: The Beguiled?  Try bewildered.

 

10/2/2017: Open Water 3 is more than just fake news.

 

9/29/2017: Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars left me feeling betrayed.

 

9/28/2017: Please let it be the last one.

 

9/27/2017: 47 Meters Down looks very familiar.

 

9/26/2017: The Golden Age appears in Justice League: The New Frontier.

 

9/25/2017: Spacecamp should be grounded.

 

9/24/2017: Celebrate a decade of The Big Bang Theory.

 

9/23/2017: The Real Story sounds fake.

 

9/8/2017: There's something about Phenomena which bugs me...

 

9/7/2017: The Big Sick gets a clean bill of health.

 

9/6/2017: Guess what I felt for The Hatred?

 

9/5/2017: Avoid The Creep Behind the Camera.

 

9/4/2017: Keep this Mummy under wraps.

 

8/31/2017: The Cabin in the Woods isn't as clever as it thinks it is.

 

8/30/2017: Fart jokes?  That's what you get with Batman and Harley Quinn.

 

8/29/2017: The movie is really called Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack.

 

8/28/2017: Supergirl flies through some changes in Season Two.

 

8/25/2017: Red is even more fun in 4K.

 

8/24/2017: The Killer Barbys are not what every girl wants.

 

8/23/2017: The Slayer will bore you to sleep.

 

8/22/2017: Alien: Covenant promises to suck.

 

8/21/2017: The White Princess is a colorful show.

 

8/18/2017: Baywatch something else.

 

8/16/2017: Ash Vs Evil Dead: Season 2 continues the gory fun.

 

8/15/2017: Trust me, they are adverse.

 

8/14/2017: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 brings 4K to Disney.

 

8/11/2017: Hit the Kill Switch before the movie even starts.

 

8/10/2017: Want to know How to Be a Latin Lover?

 

8/9/2017: The Lincoln Lawyer has a winning case.

 

8/8/2017: This Sword is pretty dull.

 

8/7/2017: The Zodiac Killer twists the facts in a weird way.

 

8/3/2017: Have a big lunch and skip The Dinner.

 

7/31/2017: Remember to check out Phoenix Forgotten.

 

7/26/2017: The Good Son is a good movie.

 

7/25/2017: The Stendhal Syndrome takes a unique look at art.

 

7/24/2017: A short film is dissected in Behind the Mask.

 

7/21/2017: Resident Evil: Vendetta isn't playing around.

 

7/20/2017: Don't let Ghost in the Shell haunt you.

 

7/19/2017: Colossal has a lot of things, except for explanations.

 

7/18/2017: Do not enter The Circle.

 

7/17/2017: Unforgettable is...what were we talking about?

 

7/11/2017: Kong: Skull Island is definitely worth visiting.

 

7/10/2017: Song to Song is tone deaf.

 

7/7/2017: Don't look for The Lost City of Z.

 

7/6/2017: Or Smurfs: The Lost Village either.

 

7/5/2017: The Fate of the Furious is probably another movie.

 

7/3/2017: The Zookeeper's Wife is a little cagey with the details.

 

6/20/2017: Re-visit Joe Versus the Volcano.

 

6/19/2017: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage flies once again.

 

6/16/2017: Let the Chips fall...

 

6/15/2017: Watch T2 Trainspotting now!

 

6/14/2017: Death Line should stay underground.

 

6/13/2017: Let's breath new Life into the alien genre.

 

6/12/2017: The Lego Batman Movie blocks boredom.

 

6/9/2017: I got sick of A Cure For Wellness.

 

6/8/2017: Arnold continues to be serious in Aftermath.

 

6/7/2017: Dwayne loses The Rock in Snitch.

 

6/6/2017: Dredd is an action film done right.

 

6/5/2017: Ex Machina comes to 4K...and it's still boring.

 

5/31/2017: Madhouse is worth visiting.

 

5/30/2017: Evil Ed is about an editor and it needs an editor.

 

5/29/2017: Fist Fight does not pack a punch.

 

5/26/2017: You will like I Am Heath Ledger.

 

5/25/2017: Logan is not your average X-Men film.

 

5/24/2017: Wonder Woman.  No, not that one.

 

5/23/2017: Xander Cage is back.  Oh, was he gone?

 

5/22/2017: Voodoo Black Exorcist is a misleading title.

 

5/19/2017: Collide had no impact on me.

 

5/18/2017: The Great Wall is a mediocre movie.

 

5/17/2017: It's the litter box for A Street Cat Named Bob.

 

5/16/2017: I'm addicted to Brain Damage.

 

5/15/2017: You may fit in with The Outcasts.

 

5/12/2017: University of National Champions.

 

5/11/2017: A Dog's Purpose is weird and has a wet nose.

 

5/10/2017: Don't Divorce yourself from this dramedy.

 

5/9/2017: Maybe your TV screen will be Fifty Shades Darker.

 

5/3/2017: Don't honor The Judas Contract.

 

5/2/2017: Let's maintain The Space Between Us.

 

5/1/2017: Runs Rings around other recent horror films. 

 

4/27/2017: Try to avoid Making Contact.

 

4/26/2017: I can't dance to The Mephisto Waltz.

 

4/25/2017: Gold is worth investing in.

 

4/24/2017: La La Land?  More like Blah Blah Bland.

 

4/10/2017: Indispensable for the Donnie Darko fan.

 

4/6/2017: Serial Mom slays on Blu-ray Disc.

 

4/5/2017: House deserves to be re-occupied. House II on the other hand...

 

4/4/2017: It's not all love and rockets in Hidden Figures.

 

4/3/2017: Underworld: Blood Wars could use a cease-fire.

 

3/30/2017: A Star Wars side-story proves to be a gamble.

 

3/23/2017: Monster Trucks is just plain weird.

 

3/22/2017: Youth in Oregon gets old fast.

 

3/21/2017: Cancel the Office Christmas Party.

 

3/20/2017: Disappointing movies are easy to find.

 

3/17/2017: Assassin's Creed may be the worst movie of the year.

 

3/16/2017: Live by Night is DOA.

 

3/15/2017: Don't plant the Demon Seed.

 

3/14/2017: Be sure to answer when A Monster Calls.

 

3/13/2017: Collateral Beauty gets pretty emotional.

 

3/7/2017: For the Love of Spock is a logical choice for viewing.

 

3/6/2017: Sing just comes off as flat.

 

3/3/2017: Fences can't keep the bad man out.

 

3/2/2017: Moana is worth chicken out.

 

3/1/2017: A*P*E is an odd way to spell terrible.

 

2/28/2017: Shut In is the worst movie of the year.

 

2/27/2017: Doctor Strange will see you now.

 

2/15/2017: The Gate is a "hole" lot of fun.

 

2/14/2017: Moonlight is not very bright.

 

2/13/2017: Hacksaw Ridge is a story which needs to be told.

 

2/10/2017: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk looks better than it really is.

 

2/9/2017: As is This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse.

 

2/8/2017: At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul is a bad pick-up line.

 

2/7/2017: These Nocturnal Animals will not have their day.

 

2/6/2017: John Wick shoots his way onto 4K UHD.

 

2/3/2017: The Edge of Seventeen casts high school in a bad light.

 

2/2/2017: Loving, or not my reaction to this movie.

 

2/1/2017: The Arrival of the ending is the best part of this film.

 

1/31/2017: Only the British could ruin motorcycle zombies in Psychomania.

 

1/30/2017: Manchester by the Sea shows the true range of real-life emotion.

 

1/27/2017: Don't get carried away with Season Five of Homeland.

 

1/26/2017: Justice League Dark is horrorible. 

 

1/25/2017: The 9th Life of Louis Drax should be #1 on your list.

 

1/24/2017: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back to the store fast enough.

 

1/23/2017: It's Hugh Grant vs. symbolism in The Lair of the White Worm.

 

1/18/2017: There's nothing light about The Light Between Oceans.

 

1/16/2017: I'm not sure if I'll be able to remember Inferno.

 

1/12/2017: Keeping With The Joneses Isn't Worth It.

 

1/10/2017: The Monster lives up to its title and that's about it.

 

1/9/2017: The Accountant is a worthy investment.

 

1/6/2017: Blair Witch is the sequel/remake no one wanted.

 

1/5/2017: The Girl on the Train is worth the trip.

 

1/4/2017: Was Middle School really this bad?

 

1/3/2017: In Death Race 2050, no one wins.

 

1/2/2017: This Maximum Ride goes off of the rails.

 

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