writer: Ehren Kruger

Dumbo (2019)

March 29, 2019

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The Synopsis: A young elephant, whose oversized ears enable him to fly, helps save a struggling circus. But when the circus plans a new venture, Dumbo and his friends discover dark secrets beneath its shiny veneer. The Review: Tim Burton’s Dumbo jumps from animation to live action, yet [...]

Transformers: Age of Extinction

June 27, 2014
When Cade Yeager finds a old dilapidated trunk, he brings it home to try and fix it or part it out. Little does he know the change and danger this truck will bring in his life. It is no ordinary truck, it is the body of the Auto-bot Transformer, Optimus Prime. Cade discovers the truth, along with [...]

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

June 30, 2011
I was pleased to see that "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" has more story this time around than its predecessor, the last installment which was part two in the series. It still is a "busy" film. At times so much is happening on the screen with fights and battles and storyline and character nuances [...]

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

June 24, 2009
This film makes the mistake of overkill. It lasts two and a half hours and could and should be trimmed down to ninety minutes. There are way too many fights and battles as well. I know a lot of young people and "Transformers" fans enjoy the battles, and the special effects in this film are amazing, [...]

Blood and Chocolate

January 26, 2007
“Blood and Chocolate” at least attempts to be somewhat intelligent, by posing the question of whether we have control over our own futures and destinies. The film also tries to delve into human nature, asking whether or not we have control over our more basic, animal instincts. One good thing [...]

The Brothers Grimm

August 26, 2005
The Brothers Grimm wrote down many Germanic folktales that have since become stories read in over 160 languages around the world. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were born in the mid 1700s and collected and wrote stories their entire lives, stories that most of us are familiar with, like "Cinderella," "The [...]

The Skeleton Key

August 12, 2005
I think this film should’ve used that skeleton key to unlock a formula for a good script because it is terrible. There was nothing thrilling or horrific about it, which would’ve been a great cure to my boredom. I do have to credit the movie for the interesting twist at the end, but then [...]

Reindeer Games

February 25, 2000
This is a gruesome movie. Not only is it filled with violent and often gory images, but also unsavory people, continuous filthy language, and a malevolent atmosphere, which adds up to unpleasant viewing. If there is a moral, and I couldn’t find one, the viewer must subject himself to 90 minutes [...]

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