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Arthur Christmas 2011

Arthur Christmas 2011

    

Released

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 38,837 votes

“Arthur Christmas” goes a long way toward explaining how Santa Claus responds to billions of children every year, and how it all could go terribly wrong. This 3-D computer-generated comedy from Aardman, the creative team behind Wallace and Gromit, displays an unusual edge for a holiday family movie, but it does so without dragging the Bearded One through the driven snow. In “Arthur Christmas,” Santa Claus is a hereditary position held by Malcolm Christmas (voiced by Jim Broadbent), who took over ...

Gnomeo & Juliet

Gnomeo & Juliet

Gnomeo & Juliet    11 Feb 2011

G 84 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 44,235 votes

Cinema students cite Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet” as probably the most filmed play of all time. There are three variations from the silent period, the earliest which dates again to 1900. In 1936, George Cukor directed the primary model of “Romeo and Juliet” with sound. In 1996, visionary director Baz Luhrmann tailored the play in a relatively distinctive vogue. Whereas he used Shakespeare's unique dialogue, the setting was rife with muscle vehicles as an alternative of horses and computerized firearms as ...

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past    23 May 2014

PG-13 132 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 540,747 votes

The X-Men movie to end all X-Men movies is here, and it begins, appropriately enough, with the end of the world as we know it. Set in the near future, fears of people with super powers (mutants) has driven mankind to create the ultimate police state that uses robot sentinels to either imprison and kill all mutants. Charles Xavier/Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and his remaining X-Men (Wolverine, Storm, Iceman, Colossus, Warpath, Sunspot, Blink, Bishop and Shadowcat) together with one time enemy ...

Wanted

Wanted

Wanted    27 Jun 2008

R 110 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 308,107 votes

Blisteringly stylish action thriller (based upon the graphic miniseries of the same name by Mark Millar) starring Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, and a fresh faced James McAvoy, directed by the man who has given us two parts of the Watch Trilogy (Day Watch, and Night Watch), Timur Bekmambetov, Wanted is one of the most outrageous, most insanely crazy films to come out of Hollywood in 2008. Directed like a mad video game, Bebmambetov shows just how cool a visualist he ...

Split

Split

Split    20 Jan 2017

PG-13 117 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 72,589 votes

M. Night Shyamalan is a gifted stylist and manipulator who's mostly been skidding for the past decade. For a while, he was the master of the twist ending, and the Kanye West of filmmakers - hitmaker, artist, egotist - which made his commercial and creative failures all the more dramatic. Of course, visionary status is comprised of confidence, talent and, if not originality, then at least the right mixture of influences; Shyamalan often made himself the focus of his films, ...

X-Men: First Class

X-Men: First Class

X-Men: First Class    03 Jun 2011

PG-13 132 minReleased

7.8
IMDB: 7.8/10 542,108 votes

A dozen years ago super-hero movies seemed to be dead. Superman and Batman had each run four films, in both cases driving their franchises into the ground and exhausting whatever inspiration and goodwill they started out with. Stan Lee had been in Hollywood for the better part of two decades trying to get a movie made, any movie—Spider-Man, Daredevil, Captain America, you name it. Then out of nowhere came Bryan Singer's mutant ensemble movie X-Men (2000), and it changed everything. It ...

X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse    27 May 2016

PG-13 144 minReleased

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 253,845 votes

“X-Men: Apocalypse” is named for its villain, an ancient fuddy duddy who dreams of (what else?) world domination, but it could be a commentary on today’s superhero film economy. Bryan Singer’s film, the eighth chapter in the “X-Men” saga (ninth if you count “Deadpool”), does feel like an apocalypse of sorts, or at least the end of the road. How many more times can you watch a bunch of too-good-for-this actors suit up to save the world? “X-Men: Apocalypse” is particularly egregious ...