Newt Scamander is back in a film that, while magical, lacks some of the heart and magic of the previous films as it tackles on too much story and a too large cast, forcing stories to get sidelined and condensed.
Nowhere close to the actual story and sacrifices much to fulfill this grandiose idea that bigger is better. Stick with Excalibur and the Merlin mini-series, those are winners.
Spy is a comedy action film that stars Melissa McCarthy as the would be spy who is going to save the world. With bundles of laughs and action, this is a film you don’t want to miss.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a cinematic pleasure that brings a cast of wonderful stars together and conveys a deep emotional moment within all the humor. Read on for the full review.
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