Posts by Chris Blohm

Eddie the Eagle

By Chris Blohm

Kingsman star Taron Egerton puts in another impressive shift in this guilty pleasure nostalgia fest.

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Pixels

By Chris Blohm

Adam Sandler’s star power all but fizzles out courtesy of this malfunctioning arcade game pastiche.

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Man Up

By Chris Blohm

Lake Bell trounces the comic competition in this frisky screwball which feels a little too much like a TV sitcom.

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The Babadook

By Chris Blohm

'Tis the season for great horror movies, so don't miss this creepy corker from Australian director Jennifer Kent.

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Chef

By Chris Blohm

Jon Favreau goes back to his indie roots in this appealing, ramshackle street food saga.

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The Fault in Our Stars

By Chris Blohm

John Green’s tween cancer bestseller gets transformed into a ruthlessly efficient weepie with ascendent star Shailene Woodley.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past

By Chris Blohm

A cast of thousands join together for this romping and witty superhero sequel from Bryan Singer.

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The LEGO Movie

By Chris Blohm

Is this a glossy feature-length advert for toys? Nope, it’s a whimsical and hilarious piece of animated nostalgia from Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

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Now You See Me

By Chris Blohm

A film which proves the theory that if magicians were also bankrobbers, they’d still be pretty stupid.

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Wreck-It Ralph

By Chris Blohm

Riffing on the 8-bit icons of retro arcade games, Wreck-It Ralph is strictly B-grade Disney.

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