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Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Despicable Me 3 *** out of five stars The lovable animated rogue Gru and his entire crew are back in this latest installment in Universal's Despicable Me series. Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) and his newly married wife, Lucy more
BEATRIZ AT DINNER* * ½ (Mean-spirited culture clash)What starts out as an interesting premise quickly turns into a mean-spirited culture clash in this dark melodrama that takes place in a … more
THE HERO * * * (Don) * * * * (Joyce) (Portrait of an aging actor) Joyce loves Sam Elliott. Loves his looks, loves his acting, and especially loves that deep baritone voice. I like him, too, and I enjoyed the portrait of his Lee Hayden, an aging actor, more
MAUDIE* * * *(Based on the life of artist Maud Lewis)To quote an old adage: “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”That about sums up the life of Maud Lewis as told on screen, with … more
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES * * * * (Don) * * * (Joyce) (Exciting, sensitive sequel) doubt about it, were rooting for the apes! This exciting, sensitive sequel portrayed the apes as being much more human than the humans. t helps to be familiar with 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
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
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
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