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Ghostbusters II (1989)

Of all the movie sequel sins, Ghostbusters II commits the most seductive: It plagiarizes the formula that made the first film a monster hit, makes a few comestic adjustments, and tries to pass the whole thing off as something new.

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Batman Returns (1992)

In Batman Returns, Tim Burton delivers the most audaciously eccentric blockbuster ever made.  After the mammoth…

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Chaos Walking (2021)

I can’t tell if Chaos Walking is a good movie trapped in the body of…

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The Wrong Missy (2020)

The Wrong Missy is a disastrous movie. It’s criminally unfunny and decidedly not romantic. I didn’t want Tim and Missy to get together.

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The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020)

The Broken Hearts Gallery is an above average romantic comedy, perfect for any date night. It might be stickier than a melted Snickers, but sometimes that’s exactly what ya need.

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Let Him Go (2020)

Some viewers might find its beginning too muted and its ending too gory, but I found most of it to be just right.

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Black Panther (2018)

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BlacKkKlansman (2018)

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Escape Room (2019)

As long as you can just power off your brain, relax, and surrender to this film’s powerful sense of goofiness, you might find yourself in a junk food coma, as well.

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Gettysburg (1993)

No movie could truly capture the Shakespearean scope of those few days, but Gettysburg does much to bottle the mind-boggling fury for public consumption.

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