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|70 T6||King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) - May 14, 2017
"Starts with Eric Bana fighting hundred-foot tall elephants that are controlled by sorcerers, and then proceeds to get even more bonkers from there. [Read Full Review]"
|40 T2||Sing (2016) - May 13, 2017
"Destined to spend its lifetime in short clips on YouTube, where young children can enjoy the individual song clips (performed by all members of the animal kingdom), and ignore the pedestrian-level fluff inbetween. [Read Full Review]"
|65 T5||Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) - May 05, 2017
"There are some moments that will stand high as some of the most enjoyable sequences of the year. And that's to say nothing of the outright stunning visuals; some of the best to ever grace a superhero film. But it cannot be stressed enough how awful the script is, highlighting the very worst that Marvel screenplays have to offer. [Read Full Review]"
|82 T9||My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea (2017) - Apr 30, 2017
"This debut feature deserves much more attention than it's likely to receive. It's hilarious, thrilling, and morbidly fascinating and will undoubtedly remain one of the best animated films of 2017. [Read Full Review]"
|27 T1||Trolls (2016) - Apr 14, 2017
"Starts with troll butts, glitter farts, and cupcake poop, and becomes actively worse from there. [Read Full Review]"
|84 T9||Halloween Is Grinch Night (1977) - Apr 08, 2017|
|78 T8||My Life as a Zucchini (2016) - Mar 30, 2017
"A lovely charmer with unexpected bite. [Read Full Review]"
|70 T6||Kong: Skull Island (2017) - Mar 12, 2017
"It has a lot more in common with Jurassic World in its disregard to decent writing and thirst for carnage. Kong: Skull Island will appeal to a similar audience, while everyone outside that bubble will write it off as pointless rubbish. [Read Full Review]"
|79 T8||The Office (2005) - Feb 24, 2017|
|57 T4||The Red Turtle (2016) - Feb 24, 2017
"While many animation directors started working in shorts before moving on to feature-length films, Dudok de Wit has trouble making the transition, with The Red Turtle feeling more like an overlong short subject than a film deserving of its 80 minute runtime. [Read Full Review]"