Daily Archives: October 12, 2015

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The Martian

In Ridley Scott’s “The Martian,” an accident leaves astronaut Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon) stranded on the Mars. While his crew (led by Jessica Chastain) is unaware of his surviving alone on the red planet, Watney maintains his desire to stay alive, even as his situation is utterly dire and his life expectancy becomes…

The Martian
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The Martian

Matt Damon stars in the new hit movie called THE MARTIAN. The film has already earned well over 100 million dollars at the box office, but our critic says it’s not quite as good as he expected it to be. Here’s Terry’s Take. There’s a lot to like about THE MARTIAN directed by Ridley Scott….

Grandma
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Grandma

GRANDMA is a highly entertaining comedy-drama about a cynical, outspoken grandmother—she’s a lesbian poet who’s grieving the loss of her long time partner. Tomlin is terrific as this cranky, sarcastic character who does her best to help a granddaughter in crisis in a movie that seems aimed at older people who are dismayed by the…

Pan
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Pan

‘Pan’ is a big disappointment A naïve boy leaves home and is thrown into the middle of a rebellion against an evil empire. The rebels are led by a brave and beautiful young woman who regards the boy a savior to help end the war. They are assisted by a more experienced adventurer with questionable…

Sicario
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Sicario

‘Sicario’ is the best film of 2015 … so far “Sicario” is the Spanish word for “hitman.” It’s also the title of the best movie of 2015 — so far. I’ve only seen two of director Denis Villeneuve’s films prior to “Hitman”: the criminally overlooked “Prisoners” and the severely twisted yet brilliant “Incendies.” Both times…

The Martian
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The Martian

I just came back from a trip to Korea where the flight from Honolulu took more than nine hours. The flight was full, the food was awful and I couldn’t get a wink of sleep. I must’ve looked at my watch at least 20 times with time just standing still. And yet, that was less…

The Walk
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The Walk

“The Walk” must be seen on the big screen I generally hate 3D films. Only a small handful of films have done it right (“Avatar” and “Hugo”), but most just tend to irritate me with the needless gimmick and burdensome glasses. But “The Walk” is an excellent showcase of how 3D can really enhance a…

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