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American Assassin could be the next franchise

3 out of 4 stars Move over Ethan Hunt and James Bond: You’ve been replaced by a new top spy — Mitch Rapp. Rapp is younger, more good looking and after seeing American Assassin, you’ll agree the future of superspies […]

American Assassin could be the next franchise

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3 out of 4 stars Move over Ethan Hunt and James Bond: You’ve been replaced by a new top spy — Mitch Rapp. Rapp is younger, more good looking and after seeing American Assassin, you’ll agree the future of superspies […]

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Movies you should see this fall

Clowns, cards, criminals, courts – tennis and judiciary – and covert operations are being counted on to turn around a movie industry that is coming off one of its

Even grandparents can relate to “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Frankly I have never been that much of a “Spider-Man” fan. I mean really some guy flipping around in a weird suit swinging about from web to web.  But

Dunkirk: Go see it and decide

2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five

George A. Romero, creator of the Zombie Apocalypse, has died

George A. Romero, creator of the “Zombie Apocalypse,” has died at the age of 77. His family said he passed away in his sleep, after short but aggressive battle

Sir Roger Moore, aka James Bond, has died

WASHINGTON – Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing secret service agent James Bond in the movie franchise, died Tuesday, his family said in Twitter post. He was 89. “With the

Oscars can make it right

Months after the fact, it still bothers me that the first time an all-black cast is awarded the Oscar for Best Picture, the occasion turned into a fiasco after

Born in China is as real as Disney gets

3 out of 4 stars Disney has a new star — and he doesn’t even say a word. His name is Tao Tao and in a split second, he goes from

Christianity is given an assist in “The Case For Christ”

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

Smurfs: The Lost Village makes your brown eyes blue

2 out of 4 stars Consider yourself warned: Smurfs: The Lost Village is nothing more than an extended version of the 1980s TV cartoon series about the blue people who live in a

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