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Review: These characters and the actors who play them have all grown tremendously over the years. Malcolm...(read more)
Review: Great cast, great script. My only nitpick was who didn't make it out alive at the end.
Review: I saw it in 48FPS 3D. It didn't have the "soap opera" look to me, probably because I was in the...(read more)
Review: The marketing for this is in hyperdrive. Don't be fooled. It's not quite as awesome as the trailers...(read more)
Review: As I said about TFOTR, some movies MUST be seen on the big screen to be fully appreciated. All...(read more)
Review: I have a pretty stacked home theater. However, seeing this on the big screen again after nearly 10...(read more)
Review: Good but nowhere near great. Some of the gags are hilarious but it treads too much familiar...(read more)
Review: The best moments were in the trailer. The twist was a real stretch. The one consolation was that it...(read more)
Review: A great conclusion to what is ultimately an entertaining trilogy. I disagree with the reviews that...(read more)
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