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Gotta say this trailer is darker and much more dramatic than I’d expected from a gang that includes a talking snowman and sassy reindeer. But dark it is. There’s swords, grim determination, and Kristoff riding as if the Nazgul were … Continue reading
“I’m freaking out so hard right now.” You and me both, little green buddy. While the first Breaks trailer gave us the Disney princesses, this new one drops us into the GTA-esque Slaughter Race! And with that comes Gal Gadot … Continue reading
“Show them.” Gotta admit I was skeptical when I heard Disney was coming out with a live action remake of Dumbo. But this looks sweet, and lord knows it’s star studded. Plus, anyone who has a dry eye when “Baby … Continue reading
Read the “original” (okay, I actually wrote this back in ’03, this is a re-pub) here at Green Man Review! Ghosts. You can’t live with ’em, you can’t just throw ’em out on the street. Jim and Sara Evers are … Continue reading
Vroom vroom! I’ve got passes for the Baltimore area screening of Cars 3, and I’m ready to drop ’em at the starting line. Synopsis! Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) … Continue reading
Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead, amirite? Well, that certainly sounds like the golden rule in the fifth film of the Pirates of the Caribbean series – and with Javier Bardem as the Big Bad … Continue reading
“A life sentence for a rose?” Nutshell: Like Jungle Book before it, Beauty and the Beast is a live adaptation that is quite possibly even better than the original. Grade: A Story: A girl that feels like an outsider in … Continue reading