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The single decent message from this movie, diluted as it became, was Kevin James’ forced speech about how you need to stop just doing things for yourself and help another human being. Taken to heart, I shall do a kindness in relaying the atrocity to others that was Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. Similar to its protagonist, this is a bloated mess. And if you think that’s a mean slam against Kevin James’ weight, it’s nothing compared to how bluntly this movie reaps from that old well of humor. ... Read full review »
A film about Martin Luther King is no easy task for all involved. As one of the most powerful figures for civil rights in the 20th century, his inspiring words of a dream for an equal world rang true to the spirit of what America should be. Its importance runs the risk of being too commercial, but there are two skillful hands at the wheel to make sure it was done right. One is director Ava DuVernay, a strong up-and-comer with a keen eye for race based drama with real character. The other is actor David Oyelowo, ... Read full review »