Weekly Promotion


    Enjoy movies and you may win
    FREE Movie Passes!!!




    The prize:



    Every week we will give away
    four pairs of free movie tickets!

    The movie tickets are valid to see
    any movie of your choice at any
    Cineplex, Galaxy or Landmark movie theatre!

    To qualify:


    Just write your own review about any
    movie published on CinemaClock.com
    and give it a value between 1 and 10.

    The promotion is valid for Canadian residents only.





    O u r   H a p p y   W i n n e r s

    30.4.2016 ·

    Name T.B.A.

    That movie was so bad, so bad. Jessica Chastain, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt - three accomplished actors and still the movie was so bad. That's because the story was really dumb. Really dumb. I know this is fantasy but this was beyond fantasy to think that one could build a kingdom in a frozen waste land. [[Really dumb to think that people can go on a quest with no food, no protection agains the elements, no sleeping gear - oh wait some blankets magically appeared.]] Must be a fantasy. And the sound was horrible. I am wondering if the actors spoke strange accents because the sound was bad or was the sound bad because they spoke strange accents. Don't see this movie. If you did, you would be wasting two hours of your life.

    2/10les.francey@ - 75 reviews
    24.4.2016 - age: 50+

    27.4.2016 ·

    Michael Hunter

    Really enjoyed the lifelike and seamless graphics interface between Mowgli and the CGI animals. The kid did a pretty good acting job as well. A great movie for elementary age kids and up to retirement age geezers like myself. Don't recommend it for younger children. Pretty intense for preschoolers.

    10/10michael@ - 12 reviews
    20.4.2016 - age: 50+

    26.4.2016 ·

    Jean Watters

    Ok... I do not like animation... this is the exception. Just incredible. Disney, Jon Favreau and his team did an incredible job. The best way to see it: IMAX 3D. Do not forget to stay for the credits at the end.

    10/10drjwatters@ - 14 reviews
    24.4.2016 - age: 50+

    23.4.2016 ·

    Sabrina Voerman

    I went in with low expectations (as I do with all movies now), and I was surprised with how hard I found myself laughing. Not only was it hilarious, obviously this is dependent on your sense of humour, but it was also empowering to women and girls (though I wouldn't suggest people under 13 see it) Having been a on-and-off "Brownie" in my childhood, I found it relatable in that sense as well. Over all, I laughed a lot more than I do in most comedies I have seen lately, and coming from someone who isn't big on comedies in the first place, I think it says a lot that I enjoyed it and would see it again.

    7/10sabrina@ - 11 reviews
    23.4.2016 - age: 18-25

    22.4.2016 ·

    Name T.B.A.

    Saw it today. Terrific road movie, albeit slow at times. Diane Kruger is wonderful and appears in nearly every scene. What a game changer for Norman Reedus, who you can't help love with his tough, yet sensitive side. Laurene Landon steals the film with her improvisational skills and tragic, yet hilarious at times performance. I could watch her for days.

    8/10danielspeaks@ - first review
    22.4.2016 - age: 36-49

    19.4.2016 ·

    Dallas Parker

    Not for everyone that's for sure but I liked it. If you like first person video games and violence, you'll probably like it too. If you suffer from motion sickness, you're probably going to have trouble watching it. The story is pretty basic for what there is and the action while alright is not spectacular. What is neat is the fact that the movie is shot from the first person from start to finish. If you have any interest, see it on the big screen as I imagine it will lose some effect on the smaller screen. If you're interested, this camera angle has been done before but not for the entire movie in Humphrey Bogart's 1947 film Dark Passage.

    7/10parker_2@ - 508 reviews
    17.4.2016 - age: 36-49

    16.4.2016 ·

    Patrick Allard

    If you like first person shooter games, you'll definitely like this movie. Doom had a segment of the movie that did this and I wished the whole movie was like that. They did a good job of incorporating almost every weapon possible, including tanks and choppers. And one of the scenes reminded me of Nazi Zombies. The plot line was not the greatest, but if you're going to see this movie for plot line then you're a complete retard. The name says it all so I hope you're not squeamish. This is a first of its kind and not to be missed.

    9/10tony.montana@ - 3 reviews
    11.4.2016 - age: 26-35

    13.4.2016 ·

    Isabelle Paquette

    BEAUTIFUL! JUST A PHENOMENAL, AMAZING MOVIE! The film was SO well done from the locations, to the actors, to the known facts about our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ's younger days! You will feel the love through this film and come to a new appreciation of what the life of the Messiah would have entailed in those times. Praise and Glory to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords! Go see the film, you will not regret it, I promise!

    10/10evangelist.isabelle@ - 5 reviews
    9.4.2016 - age: 18-25

    12.4.2016 ·

    Name T.B.A.

    My first Star Wars movie... ever... got exactly what I expected. Childish ridiculousness that bored me to tears. Who casted Daisy Ridley? She is AWEFUL!!! The whole cast is weak, but again... she is aweful!!! Could get a better performance at your local highschool. Did I mention she was awful!! Her costume was really really too and they saved a lot of money with having her in the same ugly rags and boots most of the movie. Adam Driver was good. Harrison Ford is Harrison Ford. Story was weak. The whole thing was weak!

    3/10benr@ - 7 reviews
    8.4.2016 - age: 50+

    6.4.2016 ·

    Dustin Schell

    All in all it is an okay movie, could have been better, could have been a lot worse, go see it for yourself and decide for yourself Okay what can I say about this movie when it was first announced I was like yes we are getting a Batman VS Superman movie but the marketing for this movie took me to where I didn't have high hopes for the movie. The casting did not have me going oh what a great casting choice. The trailer with Doomsday had me going "oh the Dark Knight returns meets Death of Superman" even before seeing the movie. So when it turned out to be exactly that I was called it. Now lets get into what was good about this movie first off Ben Affleck as Batman was Perfect, Gal Gadot in this movie was okay and worked in the movie but I'm still not seeing her as the best casting choice for Wonder Woman and in this movie she didn't show that she could lead her own movie. The cameo appearances for the Flash, Aqua Man and Cyborg where done the right way and didn't take you out of the movie. The Bad about this movie first off it did not flow just watching this movie you could tell that there was too many deleted scenes to get it under a certain time. Superman was bland and dull and if it was not for Henry Cavill it could have been even worse. Lex was a lot worse that what I thought he would be though he dose have some of the best lines in the movie.

    7/10deejaydjs@ - 40 reviews
    2.4.2016 - age: 26-35

    2.4.2016 ·

    Cliff Terrio

    Ok, who remembers the REAL Star Wars movies? How long (ie, how many YEARS) was it before these were released to VHS and BETA? And how many YEARS was it before you would even see these on TV? Well, come April 5th, a mere short handful of months after this FARCE was in the theaters, it is being released to DVD and wait for it... ooohhh with some deleted scenes! Oh joy!!! How many suckers will jump at that and waste their money? Come on this was and never will be close to being like or better than the original Star Wars and it is, at best, moderately better than the previous 3 Star Wars movies (thank God we didn't have any Jamaican sounding aliens in this one, although I recall seeing a Chinese sounding and somewhat looking one...) Yep, the FARCE awakens alright... when will you?

    1/10clifft@ - 17 reviews
    4.4.2016 - age: 36-49

    1.4.2016 ·

    Ashley Watikai

    Incredible: Depiction of Christ, the TRUE & ONLY MESSIAH. Flawless acting (I second this comment) Directing, cinematography Great for unbeliever and beliver MUST SEE.

    10/10awatikai@ - first review
    28.3.2016 - age: 26-35

    30.3.2016 ·

    Peter Boyle

    About the time that Superman appeared before Senate committee, it was clear the S on his chest stood for "stupid". This film was so awful only the explosions kept me from sleeping through it. Only the luminous Amy Adams kept this from being a complete disaster. The atmosphere was ugly, the villain too weird, and the only threat of danger was that the movie wasn't going to end. The worst.

    3/10p.u@ - 17 reviews
    29.3.2016 - age: 50+

    29.3.2016 ·

    Jennifer Rading

    Worth seeing, but I did not enjoy how much time was spent on Batman and his emotional rollercoaster of dreams and feelings. A couple of solid scenes would have been enough. I would have liked to see more Batman versus Superman moments where they have mini battles only to have one final one at the end. Their final fight was kinda boring. The ending was cool but all in all I found it dragged and in the end it could have been so much better. Henry Cavill is so good. Ben Affleck was better than I expected, Amy Adams will forever remain a bad choice for Lois Lane (I do like her though) In the end this is a movie about superheroes and it fell so short on that scale. Sorry.

    7/10jashley778@ - 22 reviews
    28.3.2016 - age: 36-49

    26.3.2016 ·

    John W Berger

    This is a tough one to describe. I enjoyed it despite the numerous characters and lack of time to make sense of it all. The best actors were Lawrence Fishburn (as Perry White) and Jeremy Irons (as the butler/technician Alfred) I could add Gal Gadot ( Wonder Woman) but her role was too short to make sense. Easily the most annoying character was Lex Luthor, played by Jesse Eisenberg. Lex reminded me of a methamphetamine addict who cannot keep a straight conversation. The movie had too many stories to cover in just 2.5 hours, but it worked anyway, sort of. Some modern problems were written into the story, such as Superman branded as an illegal alien from Krypton, and Bruce Wayne as an out of touch rich bastard. Both heroes were close to retiring in order to hide from some bad PR until Lex Luthor brings them together in his evil but childish scheme. Wonder Woman is eye candy and a capable actress though her character added nothing to the story. I'm surprised Donald Trump was not there somewhere to stir the plot. Surely he would be a better choice to play Lex Luthor than Eisenberg was.

    9/10johnbergerdive@ - 21 reviews
    25.3.2016 - age: 50+

    23.3.2016 ·

    Lynne Dahm

    I found this movie was a delightful representation of what Jesus boyhood life was like. The actual facts and dates are not of concern to me as we know so little. We do know about the times, however, and we also know that there were many plots to kill him, as a baby, as a boy and then as a man. The screenplay was totally believable, and beautifully acted. This little boy reminded me of what good hearted little boys are like, and also of the wisdom and fearlessness of youth.

    9/10movie.lover@ - 3 reviews
    16.3.2016 - age: 50+

    22.3.2016 ·

    Michael Fears

    Excellent film, with excellent acting and script. Pretty faithful to scripture, avoiding significant deviations. Much more Catholic in orientation than I was expecting, especially with the consistently pre-eminent role of Simon/Peter (again, faithful to the Gospels.)

    10/10burnmax@ - 4 reviews
    20.3.2016 - age: 36-49

    15.3.2016 ·

    Mark Rayner

    This movie was extremely well acted, made, set and edited. The magic of this movie is not in the story or the narrative but in the beautiful and accurate manifestation of the spirit of God. If you are hung up on story accuracy, that would be a mistake because we have very little information of what happened step by step. However, in case you have not realized this yet, the narrative is not the ultimate goal. The display of the manifestation of the spirit of God through a human being is the goal. Judging this movie by that standard makes it very accurate in its portrayal of the spirit of God through the young Jesus. Done in a very moving and beautiful way. For those purists who worry about the story being perfectly accurate, here's a quick look at John 21:25 "And there are also many other things which Jesus did, which if they were written in detail, I suppose that even the world itself would not contain the books that would be written."

    10/10glorifiedyou@ - 3 reviews
    13.3.2016 - age: 36-49

    12.3.2016 ·

    Gabe Zia

    Zootopia is a film for everyone, and I don't just say that in terms of age groups. If you're a social-political type like me, this is a great movie to promote discussion. This movie has a unique message, and yet one that's very important and relevant right now. Zootopia is one of Disney's most human movies, even though it doesn't have any humans in it. If you're looking for a good time, go check it out.

    7/10bermuda.octagon@ - 49 reviews
    10.3.2016 - age: 13-17

    8.3.2016 ·

    CARL RATHBURN

    I can not remember the last time my wife and I walked out of a movie but we did this one. Usually I look at the breakdown of the ratings on this site. The difference in rating between the age group was huge. Us older types did not enjoy like the younger groups. WORST MOVIE SINCE I CAN NOT REMEMBER WHEN.

    1/10carl@ - 54 reviews
    7.3.2016 - age: 50+

    4.3.2016 ·

    Ming-Toy Waters

    Overrated. Outstandingly beautiful cinematography. Leo... If you're a fan of his you'll be fine with his performance. As a non-fan, he just didn't have enough dialogue to merit a best actor nomination, much less an award, in my opinion. Definitely not a movie one would want to see again. The story was original and interesting in its own way, but it was gory and at times seemed to attempt to be overly so.

    7/10csm4315a@ - 16 reviews
    29.2.2016 - age: 36-49

    1.3.2016 ·

    Jim Broadbent

    I was bored... almost from the beginning and the movie is 3 hours long. Kurt Russel who I normally do like was wooden and his dialog sounded like he was reading the script for the first time. Contrast him with the other actors whose dialogs were interesting in their cadence. Samuel L. Jackson was one of the best in this disaster of a movie. I have liked several of Tarantino's movies... especially Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Bastards and Django Unchained. But this movie had no redeeming qualities. Lots of blood, from bullets and vomit which is a trade mark of Tarantino but just when you think the movie is over... it starts again showing new characters and how they get shot… [[and oh yeah you see a woman get hung... a funny (? ) point of the movie.]] I am not anti-violence in movies... Godfather 1 would not have any impact without it. But gratuitous violence, repeated vomiting of volumes of blood, spitting it into another's face is nothing short of disgusting. I stayed to the end but did not leave satisfied at having seen a great movie.

    2/10lynxear@ - 29 reviews
    29.2.2016 - age: 50+

    27.2.2016 ·

    Dawn Muggleton

    If you've seen the first Zoolander, you pretty much get the gist of Zoolander 2. Lots of potty and WIll Ferrell humor. The cameo appearances from the variety of Stars is probably what ate up most of the film budget. A good movie to watch on Netflix.

    5/10prairiegirl@ - 3 reviews
    24.2.2016 - age: 36-49

    26.2.2016 ·

    Paul Dell

    Was highly unusual and got better and better as it moved along. NYT's Manohla Dargis wrote a brief review which offered no insight into the creative aspects, script, etc. She criticized it as film for investors, which never even occurred to me. I felt no manipulation at all. I found it seamless.

    9/10subtle.depth@ - first review
    21.2.2016 - age: 50+

    19.2.2016 ·

    Anne Moser

    They did a really great job of explaining emotions in a simplified way for children, but also makes sense to adults. It was funny and sad, and it is now one of our family favorites.

    10/10phoenix@ - 2 reviews
    17.2.2016 - age: 26-35

    17.2.2016 ·

    Grace Kant

    13.2.2016 ·

    Alexandra Larson

    Don't let the trailer fool you into thinking that the reviews are wrong. The movie was boring, confusing, and had an extremely uncomfortable scene where Channing Tatum sings. Was close to walking out. Not the worst, but definitely avoid in theaters if you have high expectations.

    1/10alie@ - 8 reviews
    8.2.2016 - age: 13-17

    12.2.2016 ·

    Gregory Miller

    Cracks are beginning to appear in the delusion we are being fed, of living in a democracy. What Smedley Butler and Dwight Eisenhower have warned us about years ago has manifested itself. No living person has attempted to bring this to our awareness more consistently than Noam Chomsky. Banned from National Petroleum Radio (a prime example of the corporate takeover of public arenas) Noam Chomsky continues, at age 87, to warn us of the consequences of not becoming active.

    10/10oddvark@ - 2 reviews
    1.2.2016 - age: 50+

    10.2.2016 ·

    Peter Bull

    This was one of the best films my wife and I have ever seen! The script / plot, acting and directing were all impeccable, brilliant and captivating. On every level, every measurement this movie was such a joy to witness, though tough in many instances. It is a shame that such a powerful film, because it was an independent movie has no chance against ' the Hollywood machinery' for awards and recognition. Skip every other movie out there and ensure you treat yourself to a powerful human story of love, adaptation and survival.

    10/10pbull@ - 20 reviews
    10.2.2016 - age: 50+

    6.2.2016 ·

    Brent Turville

    I don't know why there is so many bad reviews on this movie. If you [like] post-apocalyptic movies, you will or should like this one. Awesome movie I thought!

    10/10brentturville@ - 89 reviews
    2.2.2016 - age: 50+

    2.2.2016 ·

    David Baxter

    I enjoyed it very much. And by the reactions of the little girls around me it was a hit with them. So I think that is what was expected when they made the movie.

    8/10david.baxter@ - 127 reviews
    31.1.2016 - age: 50+

    23.1.2016 ·

    Claudio Rieder

    This was a very slow long drawn out movie. I feel the acting was very well done by both DiCaprio and Hardy. This movie may have been better or believable if both characters had switched roles. In reality the hype was over the top for this film and after seeing it I could have waited for rental.

    7/10lovedit@ - 107 reviews
    16.1.2016 - age: 50+

    15.1.2016 ·

    Mary Russell

    The roadshow presentation, the packed theater of appreciative patrons and the amazing film itself add up to an extra-ordinary experience.

    9/10marysgarden1937@ - 3 reviews
    4.1.2016 - age: 50+

    ... and many many more since 1998 :-)
    Terms and Privacy Policy
    © 1996-2016 Cinema Clock® Canada Inc.
    All rights reserved.
    About Ad Blockers
    We agree. You are not here to view ads. The problem is that we have no choice.

    Technically, Adblockers explicitly modify the intended functionality of a website. They are not perfect, and unfortunately they interfere by blocking or disabling parts of our website which are not even related to ads.

    And even more important is the fact that we wouldn't exist without advertising. It is the only source of revenue to keep this website free. Accepting to see ads on our website is a very small price to pay to show appreciation for our work. And it's a lot of work to maintain a website like ours.

    Please support us by “whitelisting” or “allowing” ads on our website.

    Thank you :-)



    Click here after whitelisting our website
    Thank you!