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True Story Movie Review  

True Story Movie Review

As I was grabbing my popcorn and hot dog at the concession stand before the film started, I started wondering what “True Story” would be about. I hadn’t heard any press or reviews about the film (apparently, that’s what I’m here for), so I was kind of filled with a good sense of anticipation. James […]

Woman in Gold: Movie Review  

Woman in Gold: Movie Review

Before and during the years that would eventually be known as WWII, the Nazi party claimed thousands upon thousands of priceless art pieces from those it imprisoned, victimized, murdered and/or denounced – stolen works or art; many never to be recovered. The many crimes and odd interests of the Third Reich have been fairly well […]

Furious 7: Movie Review  

Furious 7: Movie Review

Cards on the table, I really liked the first The Fast and the Furious film. It was a super fun popcorn flick and the action was blistering. The film was full of eye candy and it sported a surprisingly likable cast. I doubt anybody at the time thought the movie would grow into a franchise […]

It Follows: Movie Review  

It Follows: Movie Review

I am the first person to say no to a horror film and with good reason, I am the biggest scaredy-cat. I know all the tricks to try and get past being scared: – telling yourself it isn’t real, poking holes in the storyline with what I know to be true – covering your ears […]

Get Hard: Movie Review  

Get Hard: Movie Review

Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart combine their comedic talents in Warner Brother’s Get Hard, proving that the long standing template of the comedy duo in film still works in the modern age, in this case tapping into a raunchier and less elevated type of humor. Farrell plays James, a highly successful, though recently incriminated, investment […]

Home: Movie Review  

Home: Movie Review

When Oh, a loveable yet accident prone visitor from another planet, arrives with the rest of his Boovs on Earth with the intention of relocating the human population, and claiming the rest of the planet for themselves, everything seems to be going according to plan until Oh makes a hug mistake. Having never fit in […]

DISNEYNATURE’S MONKEY KINGDOM / New video now available!  

DISNEYNATURE’S MONKEY KINGDOM / New video now available!

From Oscar, Sita, Scout, and the countless wild creatures we share this planet with, thank you! Disneynature is making a difference. With every ticket purchased for Disneynature’s Monkey Kingdom opening week (4/17 – 4/23), Disney will donate to benefit Conservation International to help benefit monkeys and other endangered species in their natural habitat. Feel free to share the video […]

THE AGE OF ADALINE | Enchanting New Poster & Movie Trailer  

THE AGE OF ADALINE | Enchanting New Poster & Movie Trailer

Adaline Was Ageless Until She Found Something Timeless. In THE AGE OF ADALINE, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) survives a car accident that miraculously keeps her from aging. Since then, she’s had to keep this a secret and has tried not to get too close to anyone. However, meeting Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) will make her reconsider everything. THE AGE OF ADALINE follows […]

The Gunman Movie Review  

The Gunman Movie Review

Loosely adapted from a Jean-Patrick Manchette novel, The Gunman is an action-thriller that bores more than it excites. Starring Sean Penn as Jim Terrier, a former Special Forces sniper in a mercenary assassination team who is suffering from PTSD and cumulative head trauma after a high-profile kill. After being manipulated into being thee gunman who […]

Insurgent Movie Review  

Insurgent Movie Review

Insurgent, the second episode of a trilogy now called The Divergent Series, picks up right where they left off. Tris Prior, the emotionally driven heroine played by Shailene Woodley, gets rural with her brother Caleb (Ansel Elgort), her brooding love interest and fellow divergent Four (Theo James) and ex-Dauntless member Peter (Miles Teller) in the […]

Cinderella: Movie Review  

Cinderella: Movie Review

Once upon a time, a very long long time ago a little girl sat on the floor of her mothers bedroom staring up at a television watching a girls dress change from servants rags to a beautiful blue ball gown. And that film became a classic within her eyes, that film was the iconic Cinderella. […]

Chappie: Movie Review  

Chappie: Movie Review

“I am consciousness, I am alive, I am Chappie.” Chappie is a film that takes place in Johannesburg, South Africa where being an outlaw doesn’t just mean you blow over a liquor store and lie low, instead it’s depicted as a dog eat dog world of villainous and heinous crimes. For those of you that […]

Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House  

Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House

Robert Downey Jr. is offering fans the chance to live out the best night of their life culminating at the World Premiere of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, all to support a great cause. In this video, Robert Downey Jr. reveals that anyone can win the opportunity to be flown with a friend to Los Angeles to experience a day in […]

ANNOUNCEMENT: First Look At Joseph Gordon-Levitt As SNOWDEN. An International Thriller By Oliver Stone

ANNOUNCEMENT: First Look At Joseph Gordon-Levitt As SNOWDEN. An International Thriller By Oliver Stone

In Academy Award®-winning director Oliver Stone’s International thriller, “SNOWDEN,” witness Joseph Gordon-Levitt embody Edward Snowden.  In this first look, before he was a whistle-blower, Edward was an ordinary man who unquestioningly served his country. “SNOWDEN” is currently shooting in Munich, before moving to locations around the world.​  Open Road Films will release “SNOWDEN” in the U.S. on […]

Focus : Movie Review  

Focus : Movie Review

From the famous writer/director duo of “Bad Santa”, “I Love You Phillip Morris” and “Crazy, Stupid Love”, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa make a somewhat disappointing caper feature that follows just about every typical con-artist outline. Nicky (Will Smith) is a suave con-man, channeling a classic Cary Grant, as he works with a team of […]

The Lazarus Effect: Movie Review  

The Lazarus Effect: Movie Review

A group of overzealous scientists working under a private research grant at a University develop a serum which enables them to bring life back to the dead. After the team successfully resurrects a dog in their first trial run, using the Lazarus serum in combination with thousands of volts of electricity, they realize that they’ve […]

Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Movie Review  

Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Movie Review

Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is rightfully branded with an R-rating for an excess of crude sexual content, language, graphic nudity (male and female), drug use, violence and space-age masturbation devices. It’s also dripping with pop-culture references, penis jokes, misogyny and gay-panic. Still reading? Well, if you’re the sort of person who would purchase a […]

The Duff Movie Review  

The Duff Movie Review

Sometimes a movie comes along and changes not only the industry itself but also the way people perceive movies. Orson Wells did it with Citizen Kane, Spielberg did with Jaws, George Lucas did with Star Wars, and so on. Ari Sandel did not accomplish this with The Duff, but if you seriously had any belief […]

McFarland, USA: Movie Review  

McFarland, USA: Movie Review

We’re all too familiar with the feel-good, family-friendly, based-on-true-events stories of underprivileged youth taking on an unbeatable challenge for the sake of proving themselves. We’ve also seen a hundred formulaic ‘exposure’ films about inner-city minorities that make a point to relate to wider (ie – less urban) audiences. Upon first impressions, the 2-minute trailer for […]

Kingsman:The Secret Service Movie Review  

Kingsman:The Secret Service Movie Review

Kingsman:The Secret Service Movie Review How many Bond films are there? 23 going on 24. How many of them keep your attention throughout the entire film, aren’t entirely degrading of the opposite sex and also make you laugh? Zero, in my personal opinion. Kingsman: The Secret Service however does actually match that question and quite […]

Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Review  

Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Review

Well-choreographed sex, sultry tunes, beautiful actors and horrible writing are the important ingredients required for a successful soft-core porn, or in this case the bland film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey. Director Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) and screenwriter Kelly Marcel (Saving Mr. Banks) sanitize the erotic cringe-worthy book with an elegant tone […]

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review  

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review Proving themselves with a sexually charged thriller called ‘Bound’, the Wachowski brothers – a directorial duo – moved on to one of the most ambitious cinematic projects of the late 90’s. ‘The Matrix’, a refreshingly original, philosophically idealistic cult favorite that stuck a proverbial middle finger to modern society – the […]

Seventh Son Movie Review  

Seventh Son Movie Review

Seventh Son Movie Review Seventh Son is an over-designed, patchwork fantasy epic that clouds Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges’ Academy Award winning craft with under-conceived plot lines and CGI noise. Inspired by the novel, “A Spook’s Apprentice,” this story follows the journey of young Tom Ward (Ben Barnes, The Chronicles of Narnia), a seventh son […]

New MovieFloss Staff Writer!  

New MovieFloss Staff Writer!

Some of you may have noticed a new name attached to a review this last weekend, it’s Lauren Richer! Lauren K. Richer is a freelance artist and writer residing in San Diego and Los Angeles, California. She primarily works with long-term freelance photography and design clients. Lauren was awarded a Bachelor of Science with Honors at The Art Institute of San Diego and […]

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