Category Archives: Entropy

‘Superfly’ is sort of fly at times, but mostly forgettable

3/10 I was really looking forward to Superfly, and my excitement was vindicated from the first shot to, I don’t know, maybe the end of the second scene. Those two are slathered in style that, for some reason, the rest … Continue reading

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‘Fallen Kingdom’ falls hilariously on its face

2/10 The unabashed joy of watching Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is like watching a bitter rival trip over his own shoelaces. You’re laughing at the movie, not with it, but you’re laughing hard, and isn’t that the point? Several years … Continue reading

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‘Tag,’ somehow, is a fun and thoughtful movie

8/10 Tag is proof that you can make a rich, interesting movie out of just about anything. Based on the true story of a group of Spokane, Washington friends who had been playing the same game of tag for 23 … Continue reading

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Was that really a sequel to ‘The Incredibles?’

4/10 In 2004, after almost a full 10 years of redefining children’s media in the shadow of the Disney Renaissance, Disney Pixar released its magnum opus, The Incredibles. Pixar had been making waves for years with media that struck a … Continue reading

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‘Soldado’ is… hoo boy…

Soldado kicks off with a mass suicide bombing in Kansas after the cartels send Islamic terrorists across the Mexican-American border, a scenario that’s sometimes used to justify harsh immigration laws even though it’s literally never happened. CIA advisor Matt Graver’s … Continue reading

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