GHOSTBUSTERS: Frozen Empire – Review by T.J. Callahan

After an ancient relic unleashes an evil force, the original and the new Ghostbusters combine to turn up the heat on a tall, dead and horny villain named Garraka whose mission is to bring on the second coming of the Ice Age in Ghostbusters:Frozen Empire. This 4th installment of the Ghostbusters franchise means well, but tries to do too much. There are multiple storylines throwing a myriad of particles and Stay Puft Marshmallow men at us that only make for paranormal plot holes. There’s an abundance of sarcasm and over acting from the younger performers with plenty of mugging for the camera by all.

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GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE – Revew by Susan Kamyab

In this newest sequel, the discovery of an ancient artifact unleashes an evil force, making Ghostbusters new and old join forces to protect their home and save the world from a second ice age. All the beloved cast from the previous film have returned, but this time around filmmaker Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman, who directed the original movies, sticks to co-writing credits and Gil Kenan steps in as director. It’s possible this was the first mistake, as Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is a disjointed mess, bloated with too many scattered storylines.

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WEEK IN WOMEN: Camila Cabello to Star in CINDERELLA – Brandy McDonnell reports

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Camila Cabello will make her feature acting debut in a new movie version of the beloved fairy tale Cinderella. Cabello will not only star in the project, set up at Sony’s Columbia label, but also will be integrally involved in the music for the film. Sony is putting the project on the fast track.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK, May 26 to June 2, 2017: THE FIFTH ELEMENT

motw logo 1-35Leeloo is back! SONY marks the 20 anniversary of Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element and its iconic heroine with theatrical re-release and July delivery of a special edition 4K UHD. Milla Jovovich’s Leeloo is perfection, a supreme being who has unique survival skills and high power compassion. The film is still visually stunning, thrilling to watch. Continue reading…

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