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Will Seth Rogen ever escape the stoner movie trope? He’s getting a little old for this type of comedy. In The Night Before, he has a pregnant wife and decides to spend one last time having a wild night with his friends. This appears more like a bad habit of Rogen’s career path as if he’ll only do one more head movie before finding something better. But old habits die hard and this one may never go away. ... Read full review »
Beasts of No Nation may not evoke anything all that new from the war movie formula, but its powerful performances make its savagery worth watching. It’s amazingly well shot with some great use of shadows and perspective during all its intense moments of combat. It hits all the right levels of emotion for portraying a child’s view of war that is anything but pleasant. It only lacks that extra kick of a message to give all its trauma and tension some meaning in the real world. But for being a fictional story, it’s ... Read full review »