Political interference in the Avengers' activities causes a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.
Go see this movie as soon as it comes out. It was so good. There was just so much action and things going BOOM!!! Honestly I liked both teams. It was hard to pick a side. I love Black Widow. She's so tough and kick butt and I love it. I miss Jarvis and I know he is Vision now but I like Jarvis better. I like Bucky and I'm happy that he really did remember Captain America. I think it was the best Captain America movie ever. I did miss Thor and Hulk. I hope they come back for the next Avengers movie. I'm not really sure what I thought about Black Panther. He's a prince/king how will he have time to be a hero? Some of it was funny and some of it was sad. I thought it was cool that they added Young Tony by using his real face from when he was younger. It was cute. Spider Man was ok but I like Andrew Garfield as Spider Man. I still think I'm gonna stick with being Neutral because how do you choose between Iron Man and Captain America? They are both pretty awesome and I'm not sure you could.
As a war between rival queen sisters Ravenna and Freya escalates, Eric and fellow warrior Sara, members of the Huntsmen army raised to protect Freya, try to conceal their forbidden love as they combat Ravenna's wicked intentions.
The first movie was better but this one was good. Some of it didn't make sense to me. Suddenly the Evil Queen is related to the Snow Queen. I honestly don't remember Ravenna becoming one with the mirror. That sounds weird and impossible. Also how is it that they can mention Snow White as many times as they did and not have her at least once. Also what happened to the love story between Eric and Snow. I feel like if Ravenna did come back Snow would here about it and try to stop her again. I love Chris Hemsworth though. I also liked William even tough he barely had a part. I like Sam Claflin. I liked him better as Finnick though. I wasn't a big fan of the plot but it wasn't bad. The goblins looked like they could be from Thor's world. Not exactly his planet but his world. Maybe like their own planet. Sara confused me a bit. I really liked the dwarves though. Especially Doreena and Gryff. They were kind of cute together. I wish it didn't take long to get to the fight. I did like that it showed the origin of the Huntsman though. I liked seeing how Eric became the Huntsman. Freya sort of reminds me of the White Witch from Narnia because of the whole ice magic and the animal following people around.
3 1/2 stars
CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) dies while traveling to a secret location to meet a hacker who can launch missiles at will. Desperate to find his whereabouts, officials turn to an experimental neurosurgeon who can transfer memories from one brain to another. The guinea pig for the procedure is Jerico Stewart (Kevin Costner), a violent and dangerous death-row inmate. Now gifted with Pope's skills and knowledge, Stewart must race against time to stop a sinister international conspiracy.
I liked the movie. I didn't like that Ryan Reynolds died so early. He barely had any lines. I liked the action in it. Who doesn't like a few explosions? I am confused why they would choose a criminal for the project. They just put a dangerous criminal on the street. I do not believe that government would allow that to happen ever. I liked how some of the stuff was true to real life like the facial recognition and the gps tracking. The giving memories to other people sounds like bologna. I don't think anyone could do it. I liked Emma. I liked how she was teaching him piano and being all sweet to him. I really am surprised at the ending of the movie. I expected something different to happen instead of what actually happened. I liked Gal,Ryan,Tommy and Kevin.I think they are all good actors and were good for these roles. I didn't like how they treated him after he met with the doctor for the medicine. They could have just hand cuffed him but they kicked him and cuffed him when he was on the ground. I also didn't like how the doctor just stood by and watched. How rude! I get he was a criminal but he is helping you so you should be nice. Also how was their no one watching the ambulance? Or him?
The man-cub Mowgli flees the jungle after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan. Guided by Bagheera the panther and the bear Baloo, Mowgli embarks on a journey of self-discovery, though he also meets creatures who don't have his best interests at heart.
I really liked the movie. I thought this was really well made, and I like the cartoon version. I thought Mowgli (Neel Sethi) was really good and looked just liked the character. I think the cast was awesome and I really liked that Baloo and King Louie sang their songs. That was fun! Scarlett definitely pulled off playing Kaa. She was so creepy and good at the same time. My favorite characters were Baloo, Raksha, Bagheera, Gray, and Mowgli. It did bug me that in one scene Shere Khan mispronounced it. I don't like Shere Khan but I do like Idris Elba. His voice definitely fit the tiger's. Ben Kingsley did awesome as Bagheera. The only thing I don't remember was Mowgli living with the wolves. It's also strange not seeing Baloo as a blue bear. Louie was kind of scary with how big he was. It had some funny moments too which I liked. I liked how Raksha thought of Mowgli as her pup and really cared for him. I thought it was sweet and it made me happy. He was a man cub but she still loved him. I think that's what I like most about the movie. I liked how they all stood up to protect him no matter what. I think that families will like it. Although it's been years since he got burned, why is Shere Khan still holding a grudge against humans? Besides, he killed the man who burned him so why is he after Mowgli? This is a movie you should go see. Parents will like seeing it as much as their kids will.
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A panda, a lynx, a miniature pilot, a mountain, a mushroom and more gather together in this adventure some shorts program!
Perfect for first time film-goers and children sensitive to the traditional theater environment, our Sensory Friendly Weekend offers a relaxed, accepting atmosphere to provide your family with a stress-free afternoon at the movies!
We’ll keep the lights turned on, the volume lowered, and won’t expect anyone to sit completely still or be totally quiet. Does a special blanket or favorite stuffed animal help your child feel comfortable? Feel free to bring them along to enjoy this fun short film program and activities designed and led by our friend Betsy Saccenti, R-DMT.
April is Autism Awareness Month and this inclusionary program is designed to welcome and embrace children with cognitive or behavioral disabilities, so that all children can have the opportunity to make memories at the movies.
A titan of industry is sent to prison after she's caught for insider trading. When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget.
It was a funny movie. So much better than Spy. I liked Kristen Bell and Ella Anderson. I also like Kathy Bates. Chrystal,the tall girl for Darnell's Darlings was awesome. She didn't care about anything. I like that she didn't quit and tried to rise back to the top. I really liked the beginning scene but there was one scene I liked better. I didn't like some of the outfits they gave her though. The turtle necks and the giant bows. It just didn't look that good. I liked the little action they had. Those were really funny. I really did not like Helen. She was just so bossy and trying to take over the Daisies. She was telling everyone what to do even though she wasn't in charge. I also didn't like that Michelle was trying to push everyone away. I get why she did it but she shouldn't have done it. The end was pretty funny too. It was one of the good parts. Rachel was pretty smart not to let a stranger in even though it was her mom's boss. I also thought it was sweet for her to offer for Michelle to stay with them until she finds something else to do. I have to say it's one of her better movies. Identity Thief being the other one.
3 1/2 stars
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