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18.7.2017 · Donna Owens

STEP exceeded my expectations! Variety has called it ““Hoop Dreams” for the social media generation.” I was skeptical - another doc on the marginalize. But this is different thanks to the filmmaker – who entertained while documenting a slice of life for this group of students, parents and their teachers. See it!

djowens@@ 12.7.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

15.7.2017 · Robert Koszycki

You would think that with a title like Baby Driver this would be a movie for kids. Well, this is one movie you shouldn't be taking your little one's to see. This is a cool and slick crime film with one catchy tune after the other as cars go racing through the streets hauling hot loot. The big screens have been playing a lot of major disappointments these last few weeks but Baby Driver delivers the goods and is a breath of fresh air from what we've been seeing.

robertanatol@@ 12.7.2017   reply age: 50+   176 reviews

14.7.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Powerful content, outstanding direction and acting, storyline is a sign of the times... yes, I will see it again...

epalmgale@@ 8.7.2017   reply age: 50+   2 reviews

12.7.2017 · J Sandquist

I'm fascinated by period movies - especially those that are well done, and this one was. What made this movie less than a nine, was the plot. It was a long movie for the short elapsed time of the events (DDay) that were portrayed. Churchill's character arc seemed a little unbelievable. He appeared unsympathetic for 7/8 of the film, and then very loving and considerate for the last 10 minutes or so.

jsottawa2001@@ 6.7.2017   reply age: 50+   86 reviews

11.7.2017 · Name T.B.A.

I enjoyed the movie. Although it was quite long, it did not drag at all. The story of Spider-Man has been updated to reflect the times. I don't know if that's a good thing but whatever. It's worth seeing.

paps@@ 9.7.2017   reply age: 36-49   30 reviews

8.7.2017 · David Baxter

Very powerful storytelling of a very influential man in the history of the world, not being history student am not sure how many liberties they did with the facts. Had you wondering whether he was a sly fox or a stubborn old man.

david.baxter@@ 5.7.2017   reply age: 50+   319 reviews

7.7.2017 · Denise Holmes

Sentimental, beautiful scenery, excellent acting by two main characters, incredible story. Love, love, loved it!

denisethed@@ 7.7.2017   reply age: 50+   9 reviews

5.7.2017 · Elias Saikaley

I really enjoyed the suspense and tension that it gave me. Always wondered what would happen next. I do recommend this movie, but I DON'T recommend that adventure!!!

elias@@ 2.7.2017   reply age: 36-49   51 reviews

4.7.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Loved every minute of this movie. I love watching fantasy/period pieces, which this one feels like. The action, story and suspense is awesome. Loved the hot actors too. Intensely entertaining.

greenjenniferwalker@@ 29.6.2017   reply age: 50+   42 reviews

1.7.2017 · Andy Mathieu

Amazing action movie. Although I am not a fan of today's comedy, I did like the humour in this movie. I think the scene of Statham and the baby stole the show. I laughed so much. You'll see why.

andy@@ 29.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   140 reviews

28.6.2017 · Heather Mitchell

I enjoyed the first part of the movie with the Amazons and those battle scenes. Once they left the island it wasn't as interesting. I don't think Chris Pine had any charisma in this movie. I did like him in Star Trek and he was excellent in Come Hell or High Water. Gal Gadot was a good choice I thought. The fight scenes at the end were unnecessarily long. A fun movie if you like superhero movies.

barrhavenmom@@ 23.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   40 reviews

27.6.2017 · Sean Shannon

I watched this movie the day it came out on Netflix and it was another hilarious Kevin James movie but this 1 he gets stuck in a killing triangle. I don't like how it's only on Netflix tho.

seancena@@ 25.6.2017   reply age: 13-17   62 reviews

24.6.2017 · Bob Pitcher

Bah... brutal. Didn't enjoy this at all. All her actions in response to the threat were pretty foolish. And the premise of, done before and done better. Mostly predictable, and no real tense scenes that had me on the edge. I really don't know how this was as highly rated as it was.

rob@@ 21.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   166 reviews

23.6.2017 · Sherry Huntley

The animation was very good, could be a little scary for small ones. But still a great movie for about 8 and up.

mitsher@@ 23.6.2017   reply age: 50+   7 reviews

21.6.2017 · Julie Cordasco

I love this movie. The acting was very good. Kate Mara did a great job. All the characters were very believable. I would definitely recommend this movie!

julie@@ 17.6.2017   reply age: 50+   37 reviews

20.6.2017 · Harley Gordon

A nice surprise that a "One Of" style movie could be so satisfying. Much better than The Force Awakens, Rogue One was a treat. One of the best installments in the Star Wars universe.

harley17gordon@@ 19.6.2017   reply age: 50+   217 reviews

17.6.2017 · Dmitry Miranovich

Very entertaining movie and great action. I liked almost everything. But if Tom was not repeating "What? " all the time and if not his "Who are you? " following him from movie to movie, I'd give it a 10. Also, both women's acting is amazing!

qwert7@@ 14.6.2017   reply age: 50+   28 reviews

14.6.2017 · Jerry Destounis

Lion is a moving biographical drama. This is a profound movie dealing with family, identity, loss, and love. The directing of this project by Garth Davis is superb. The acting by Dev Patel, Sunny Pawar, Abhishek Bharate, Priyanka Bose, and the rest of the cast are first rate. The film was shot in Australia and India which allowed for excellent cinematography. This is a powerful true story you will remember for a long time.

bluestar10129@@ 13.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   215 reviews

13.6.2017 · Shirley Bond

I enjoyed the movie and thought it was well cast. When I saw the boots, red turtle neck and skirt I was so excited -- I though wow were styling after the Linda Carter Wonder Woman, right on!! Unfortunately we were not. I didn't like that most of the movie was a flashback to WWI, even though the art direction for that time is pretty stunning! It was a bit hard to care about the characters because I expected a jump to the present where the narrative began... Also WWI feels a lot like WWII and Nazi Germany with the evil scientist conducting cruel experiments. That being said Gal Gadot is a pretty awesome Wonder Woman and looks great in the gear!

shirleypearl007@@ 10.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   168 reviews

10.6.2017 · Elizabeth Dubec

Wonderful take on the Wonder Woman story drawing from the original stories by William Moulton Marston who originally created the character. This is a very different superhero with many stereotypically feminine attributes focusing on love and protection as the source of her strength. I loved how inherently powerful and confident Wonder Woman's fighting style was. She truly is a force to be reckoned with. Such a great addition to the DC cinematic world.

elizard100@@ 3.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   25 reviews

7.6.2017 · Sonja Hodgins

I loved the movie from beginning to end... saw the war through her eyes... special effects were great... loved the humor and the romance... She made the perfect Wonder Woman!

glitter@@ 6.6.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

6.6.2017 · John Gregor

It wasn't brilliant but it didn't suck. They managed to make Wonder Woman look stunningly beautiful in what is objectively speaking a ridiculous costume. Expect to see a LOT of those costumes at Halloween, not just WW but also some of the other Amazon getups from on the island. Could have been 30 minutes shorter by stripping away a few extraneous plot and storytelling elements and tightening up a few of the scenes. The action scenes are worthy of any self-respecting summer blockbuster. The movie takes itself a little too seriously. Definitely worth seeing in the theater, but not in 3D. There are a few annoying sjw elements that I wish they had left out simply because it needlessly politicizes what is really just a fun and entertaining summer movie.

johngregor@@ 4.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   26 reviews

3.6.2017 · David Ouellette

The new Alien movie is more cerebral than scary. A well thought out plot shows how the alien creatures came into being on the planet in the first place. Michael Fassbender plays a pivotal/duel role as synthetic robots, David who is evil and Walter who is good. One wins out at the end but you'll have to see for yourself what happens, which affects the plot. The suspense in the movie is great and the aliens are back in all their darkness. One gripe about the movie: the F**K word was used so often that I lost count of it. Was this script written by juveniles who are just learning how to swear? I'm not a prude but characters can express themselves without a lot of cussing and swearing. What could have been a classy movie was partially ruined by too much foul language. But good movie on the whole.

david.from.windsor@@ 27.5.2017   reply age: 50+   28 reviews

31.5.2017 · Martin Arganaraz

Only if you're a fan of the Alien films. This continues what happened with Prometheus film, although to make the link clear you might need to watch the prologue that is available online as well the final supper of the crew where you'll get an idea of the characters. It is a shame it wasn't included in the film. But there you go. Lot of actions and we have many answers and new questions.

martin@@ 28.5.2017   reply age: 36-49   16 reviews

30.5.2017 · Darrell Simpson

Some people are bored if there isn't full out brainless action for 120 minutes straight. This was a great movie full of suspense. No... it wasn't Saving Private Ryan. Some people just don't get it. Well done. I loved it.

h009291@@ 29.5.2017   reply age: 50+   370 reviews

27.5.2017 · Erik Marken

Loved it. Some people don't like this movie. I think it's because they don't understand how Guy Ritchie 'moves'. It's actually brilliant. Go home and watch Snatch.

moviegoer@@ 22.5.2017   reply age: 50+   74 reviews

24.5.2017 · Mike MacKinnon

Movie was okay. I liked seeing Goldie on the screen again. Some of it was pretty crude, but expected that with Amy in the movie, and I saw the trailers. Short, don't think it crossed the 1 hr 30 mark, even with the thanking the fans part by Amy/Goldie before the movie started.

huskymike@@ 19.5.2017   reply age: 50+   380 reviews

23.5.2017 · Benoit Ménard

J'ai beaucoup aimé ce film que j'ai vu après avoir lu le roman, j'aime les histoires de sous-marins et cette intrigue, au summum de la guerre froide et de la technologie nucléaire est très bien livrée grâce surtout au jeu de messieurs Connery et Baldwin.

kaprikorne@@ 20.5.2017   reply age: 50+   1st review


A lot of people can't seem to understand that some movies are based on true events and hence rate it without knowing that. Having said that, this movie was meaningful and full of information about how it came to be legalized; - Inter marriages back then. It was because of these couple that paved the roads for others to come. It may have been slow but it was based back in the day.

shazjoao@@ 16.5.2017   reply age: 26-35   2637 reviews

20.5.2017 · Brandy Irish

Didn't measure up to the first GOTG but still a good movie. Cast, action, and effects were awesome. Comedy was often good but started to get a bit slap stick by the end. See it!

red@@ 17.5.2017   reply age: 36-49   216 reviews

17.5.2017 · Michael Collins

I went to see this movie because I am a big fan of the period piece genre. In that sense this movie does not disappoint. But 'slow moving' does not begin to describe the dreary, plodding pace at which this story unfolds. I fell asleep several times.

comi2@@ 13.5.2017   reply age: 50+   176 reviews

16.5.2017 · Denis Uhl

I saw this movie today and after reading the previous reviewers comments I had to think. Did I see the same movie? I'm not going to wax elequent, suffice to say, I thought it was well done. I don't go to a movie with the intent of looking for picayune errors. I go to be entertained, and with this film I was. Go see it.

denis@@ 15.5.2017   reply age: 50+   32 reviews

13.5.2017 · Virginia Chau

Totally fun and action-packed film by Guy Ritchie! Never have I seen scenes like some of those in this amazing film - incredibly creative and ground-breaking. It is worth every penny. Charlie Hunnam is an overnight global success.

ginnie@@ 12.5.2017   reply age: 36-49   67 reviews

13.5.2017 · Michal Okouneff

First of all this is not for children, as there are violent scenes, with dead bodies... It is an Incredible movie. The lead actor was mesmerizing. While this is about the Armenians genocide, it is important to understand the connection between this genocide and the Holocaust. The Germans and Turks were allies in WWI. The German-Nazis apparently learned that genocide is a profitable business and decided to implement it on the Jews in WWII (with the help of the Palestinian leader Haj amin al Hussani, who also served in the Ottoman army) It is important to learn about the Armenian genocide, to honor the victims and also to understand how this opened the door to the worst genocide of all times. While the Armenian genocide was more random, the Holocaust was planned and systematic. What I liked about the movie was the element of surprise when the genocide erupted, the scenery and unexpected ending.

micky@@ 9.5.2017   reply age: 36-49   75 reviews

10.5.2017 · Rod Cloutier

One film where the extra price of the 3D movie was actually worth it, they really made an effort for the 3D effects for once. A lot of funny surprises, and plot twists made the film good, as well as good old fashioned 'Rock N' Roll' soundtrack. The script was lame, but maybe intentionally so, as the only drawback.

cloutierfamily@@ 7.5.2017   reply age: 36-49   64 reviews

9.5.2017 · NANCY HALL

The movie has been filmed with integrity and sympathy. You need a kleenex or two for this movie. On one hand is evil and on the other hand is tremendous courage.

nancy.hall@@ 7.5.2017   reply age: 50+   49 reviews

9.5.2017 · Rod Wareham

This was an amazing movie. It is hard to believe that at one point the US government treated some people so poorly just because of colour of their skin. Things have come a long way since then but there is still progress to be made.

rafw@@ 6.5.2017   reply age: 50+   266 reviews

6.5.2017 · Michelle Tomicic

I really enjoyed this one. I thought the chemistry between Sienna Miller and Charlie Hunnam was very organic. The scenery was amazing and the storyline wasn't predictable. Definitely one to recommend if you're not looking for something under two hours.

mdt1029@@ 30.4.2017   reply age: 26-35   107 reviews

3.5.2017 · Helena Huang

Wow this movie was spectacular. As someone who has only heard about Beauty and the Beast but never really finished watching the old 1991 movie ( I know Snow White, Cinderella, Mulan etc. but never watched Beauty and the Beast in full), I now finally know the story of Beauty and the Beast. The songs were brilliant, only complaint is that they were a little too loud my ears still hurt 5 hrs later lol... I guess maybe it has to due with sitting in the fourth row of the theatre. Music really keeps you on the edge of your seat. There were many funny moments as well. I would definitely recommend this movie to all Disney Princess fans. Emma Watson was the perfect Belle, she was even born in Paris, just like Belle and looks exactly like the animated Belle, wonder why her parents didn't name her Belle.

helena@@ 3.5.2017   reply age: 18-25   50 reviews

3.5.2017 · Solomon Abbott

It's not well, good. But what a fun time, over the top and ridiculous action, with some of the worst acting of the decade. If you liked the other ones, The Expendables, or Death Race go see this. Some of the most fun I've had in a theater all year. I may or may not have broke out laughing when [[Vin Diesel cried.]]

man@@ 29.4.2017   reply age: 13-17   77 reviews

2.5.2017 · Dallas Parker

Entertaining. Like other movies like it, it hits all the right notes to make you feel upset and hopeful but more important, it will hopefully make your curious about the characters, look them up and appreciate their contribution to the space race.

parker_2@@ 28.4.2017   reply age: 36-49   607 reviews

29.4.2017 · Rana Baki

Tom Hanks... a great actor who makes very good movies. Unfortunately, it was not this one's case... The first 30 minutes were too long and boring. Then it started to get a bit more interesting, but not a wow stuff... The end was short to a point that my husband was surprised that it ended... Really expected better!

r.b@@ 29.4.2017   reply age: 36-49   52 reviews

28.4.2017 · Harold Einarsson

The only thing I enjoyed was the stunts and action. The story writing and script were a D- so predictable so worn out and the usual themes, the acting is horrible, and so many things just too fake. The worst thing was the poor actors and low IQ talk, thinking, and stupidity of the characters. It seems the audience is the uneducated trailer park stereotype. Far better to support well acted, clever and inspiring movies, very disappointed with the ratings on this one I almost never disagree with the ratings but this was way too generous.

supratwins@@ 24.4.2017   reply age: 50+   2 reviews

26.4.2017 · Jerry Tomljenovic

The story... true to form. The cinematography... OUTSTANDING. While based on the armenian genocide, it seems to place more emotional emphasis on the struggles of a love triangle. More emphasis could have been placed on evoking the emotional impact of this tragedy. Schindlers List, Saving Private Ryan, Life is Beautiful, The Pianist...

firefighterlax@@ 26.4.2017   reply age: 36-49   39 reviews

26.4.2017 · Vincent Wong

An action packed movie, where the action supersedes the storyline. It would have been a better if it was a bit more condensed and if Charlize Theron, the only talented actor in the cast, had her character and role expanded.

mags@@ 25.4.2017   reply age: 50+   62 reviews

25.4.2017 · Roberto Gasparini

Very creative way to talk about religious concept without being a religious film. The storyline is touching and sweet. A movie about healing, forgiveness and love.

rgasparinijr@@ 24.4.2017   reply age: 36-49   82 reviews

25.4.2017 · Lucia Kuzminski

Delightful. Has all the key ingredients - adorable child, attractive dad, talented actors, a touch of romance, and even a cat with character. But, broaches a subject that few have to deal with and reveals that having a gifted child comes with its own unique challenges.

lucia@@ 22.4.2017   reply age: 50+   40 reviews

22.4.2017 · Richard Rix

Loved this movie, well paced and beautifully acted. There are some inconsistencies in how the story is told (such as why the parents wanted precious letters to be read aloud to them only once); and maybe the ending is cheesy though forgivable.

cinnamonsticker@@ 21.4.2017   reply age: 50+   29 reviews

19.4.2017 · Gil Shapir

Movie was as expected per the other reviews - no surprises. It was interesting to follow the legal and mental struggle between letting a 'gifted' child to live normal life in opposed to skipping normal childhood and devote time to mathematics, for instance. The movie has got a definite answer about which approach wins. As for the actors: the child and the person who take care of her are outstanding.

gil.shapir@@ 19.4.2017   reply age: 50+   38 reviews

18.4.2017 · Carolina Schnob

The plot has been seen over and over again, but the 3 characters make it worth while. It had some funny moments but it was more like actual life than a movie. People struggling to survive. The governments are greedy as well as the big corporations. A little depressing too. Great acting though.

carolina_s_20@@ 15.4.2017   reply age: 26-35   35 reviews

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