Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is now available in stores. With Lord Voldemort growing increasingly powerful, Harry Potter and crew find themselves in the middle of yet another adventure.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is now available in stores. It’s very difficult to successfully translate the contents of a book to film. It’s much more difficult

Unforgettable Review

Unforgettable doesn’t live up to its title. Once in a while, a thriller comes along and strikes a chord with audiences and instantly becomes a cultural phenomenon. Films like Fatal

The Promise Review

The Promise doesn’t really live up to its promise. The Armenian genocide is one of the biggest untold stories in all of human history. Early in the 20th century, over

The Boss Baby Review

The Boss Baby won’t blow away audiences but families should get a kick out of it. DreamWorks Animation has had a wide spectrum of good and bad films. Kung Fu

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits stores on March 28. For a non-Harry Potter fan, there’s a lot to like about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. From

Sing – Blu-ray Review

Illumination Entertainment houses a few likable films in its portfolios, but Sing may be Illumination’s most charming film yet. Let’s be honest here, though, Sing doesn’t reinvent the wheel at

The Belko Experiment Review

The Purge. Battle Royale. The Running Man. All of these films share a similar vein with William Golding’s 1954 novel “The Lord of the Flies,” and these pieces of content

Allied – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

There’s something admirable about a filmmaker that creates a love letter film to genres that they love. Robert Zemeckis learned his love of filmmaking by watching the wartime love stories

Logan Review

It’s been 17 years since Hugh Jackman donned the metal claws in 2000’s X-Men and has been the face of the entire X-Men franchise ever since. He’s also the only actor

A Cure for Wellness Review

It’s been a very long time since we’ve seen Gore Verbinski direct a dark genre film. After all, he’s been busy directing the fun Pirates of the Caribbean films and other

The LEGO Batman Movie Review

The LEGO Movie was such a surprise hit that it was only a matter of time before we got a sequel to it. Although we’re still waiting on that sequel,

Max Steel – Blu-ray Review

For a film that’s been sitting on the shelf for over two years, Max Steel is not the complete and total disaster that everyone assumed it would be. Sadly, Max

The Space Between Us Review

It’s been a long, long journey for The Space Between Us. With less than a month to go before its initial release in December, STX Entertainment moved the release date

The Comedian Review

When screenwriter Art Linson wrote The Comedian all the way back in 2011, there was one name that was consistently attached to the film, Robert De Niro. Directors and cast

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Jack Reacher was one of those rare smart crime thrillers that both entertained and left you at the edge of your seat. None of that can be found in its

Inferno – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

It’s been several years since Tom Hanks graced the silver screen as Professor Robert Langdon. Unfortunately, the wait isn’t worth it. After the relative misstep of Angels & Demons, it

xXx: Return of Xander Cage Review

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a xXx film in theaters. The last film was the critically panned xXx: State of the Union starring Ice Cube. With Vin Diesel

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

I admit that I did like Miss Peregrine when I first reviewed the film back in September. However, as it sometimes is with any second viewings, the allure of the

Assassin’s Creed Review

For the longest time, Hollywood has been trying to figure out how to successfully adapt video games into film. It’s an untapped resource but Hollywood has yet to come up