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Honesty and expectation run hand in hand with my movie reviews. There are right and wrong ways to gauge films, and my way is to find out what the movie is trying to provide me with. Going into an action film needs to be met with guilty pleasure enjoyment. Dramas require a deeper train of thought. Comedies are medicine for the soul, especially when they are done right. My main idea is digging deeper. I want to know what this director is trying to tell me or if he/she simply wants me to relax and "get away". Movies are escape into a world only meant for imagination and mad creativity. We are all critics when it comes to film and our reactions/thoughts shape the future landscape of Hollywood and their productions. Honesty is the biggest requirement in movie critiques, but knowing what to expect is the secret ingredient. -Dan Buffa

Horrible Bosses 2 is a good comedy. It gets the job done. Click through for my full review of the sequel.

While the book was a boring and depressing rush job that may make you regret ever having read it, the movie is well worth seeing.

I am just saying that there is a one and a million chance that Dumb and Dumber To is better than the original. What about that one and million chance…read on to find out.

In this round of Redbox Prescription, I tackle the heartfelt music themed drama, Begin Again. 

While Big Hero 6 likely won’t reach the box office heights of Frozen or Guardians of the Galaxy, it’s a fun, enjoyable mash-up that’s certain to delight audiences of all ages and has all the makings of a future franchise.

If there are life lessons to be learned from Laggies, wait for the DVD to realize them. The stakes weren’t nearly high enough to make it worth seeing in theaters.

Is Interstellar worth seeing? Yes. Is it amazing? No. My full review is next.

While it may not be Oscar material, Nightcrawler is an intense, engaging and disturbing movie to enjoy. Regret it not, for it’s one of the best I’ve seen all year.

In Ouija, a group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board.

Dear White People, the debut feature of writer-director Justin Simien, tries and succeeds at being several things at once. It’s a poignant satire of white society and the state of racial relations in Obama’s America.

Take a trip down the Broadway rabbit hole through the eyes of a belligerent and narcissistic celebrity Bird… it’s as bizzare and fascinating as it sounds. 

John Wick is like unwrapping a delicious piece of action candy. It has the goods and all the calories, yet lacks the fat.

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