In spite of some flaws toward the end, RoboCop is a fresh take on its 1987 predecessor and a perfect alternative to all the sappy romances that flooded the screens this weekend.

Monuments MenIn Monuments Men, a rag tag team of art scholars turned soldiers attempt to rescue priceless artwork stolen by the Nazis. But the question naturally arises: Is the Mona Lisa worth a single life?

Lone Survivor, directed by Peter Berg and starring Mark Wahlberg, is a stirring testament to the brotherhood of our armed forces and well worth your time. Rated R for strong bloody war violence and pervasive language, it is not for the faint of heart. 

 

 

 

 

It’s impossible to surmise what J. R. R. Tolkien’s shade might think about the latest big screen adaptation of his fantasy corpus set in a fictional Middle Earth of elves, hobbits, orcs, and rings of power. But New Zealand director Peter Jackson’s latest cinematic tour de force, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, is undeniably a very different story than its simple, warm-hearted literary source material.

Saving Mr. Banks is a whimsical film chronicling the production of the highly acclaimed Disney movie Mary Poppins. It tells the true life story of Walt Disney and the efforts he made to convince the author of the popular Mary Poppins books to give him the movie rights. Overall, it is a heartwarming film that is likely to be enjoyed by most audiences, particularly those who adore Mary Poppins.

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