War Dogs isn't a great movie, but it's one of the summer's better movies.
There have been a few too many "more of the same" type movies at theaters this summer. Flat, big budget blockbusters and sequels without an ounce of creativity or originality puking out of the Hollywood industrial complex, delivering an astounding amount of expensive, vapid horse shit.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was a skunk blast to the face for most of you trying to have a good time with a superhero movie earlier this year. This has been established repeatedly—perhaps ad nauseam—in this here column.
Jason Bourne, a tedious, desperate and sad extension of the Bourne storyline.
While the new Star Trek Beyond lacks a little bit in soul and story cohesiveness, it scores high on the zip factor, and introduces a creepy new villain.
Our movie reviewer was bored by the leading ladies in the new Ghostbusters, but was kind of into the 3D ghosts.