Posts by Joel Amos

Movie Review: ‘Jackie’

For history buffs, Kennedy appreciators, political junkies and movie fans alike, "Jackie" is a must-see for all.

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‘Finding Dory’ Blu-Ray Review: Pixar Goes Brilliantly Back in the Water

The "Finding Dory" DVD and Blu-Ray is a must-own that should be front and center in any filmophile’s collection, especially those who adore the Disney and Pixar catalogue.

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Movie Review: ‘Inferno’

One of the reasons why "Inferno" works for the most part is that in many ways, they have wiped the slate clean. Joel Amos reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘The Accountant’

"The Accountant" is not just a run-of-the-mill actioner. In fact, it has a lot of smarts going for it. Joel Amos reviews...

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ 25th Anniv. Edition Blu-ray Review: Beautiful Brilliance!

To mark the 25th birthday of their classic "Beauty and the Beast," Disney has unveiled a truly special anniversary Blu-ray edition.

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Blu-Ray Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Keeps Getting Better

Joel Amos reviews the stellar Blu-ray release of "Captain America: Civil War" with plenty of cool bonus features!

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‘The Jungle Book’ Blu-Ray Review: Jon Favreau Films His Masterpiece

"The Jungle Book" now on DVD and Blu-ray is worth owning. Joel Amos reviews...

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‘Zootopia’ Blu-Ray Review: Awesome Animal Movie Magnetism

If you missed the brilliance that is Walt Disney Animation’s latest, there’s great news to be had -- the Zootopia Blu-Ray and DVD are available now! Read our review...

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‘Neighbors 2 Sorority Rising’: Cast Chats About Coming Back for More

"Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" isn’t your usual comedy sequel. The cast explains...

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Movie Review: ‘Sing Street’

Director/writer John Carney's latest, "Sing Street," may be his biggest triumph yet. Joel Amos reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Elvis & Nixon’

What happened when President Richard Nixon met Elvis Presley? That question is answered in the entertaining and certainly enlightening "Elvis & Nixon."

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Movie Review: ‘Criminal’

"Criminal" is high concept picture, wrapped in popcorn movie’s clothing, that's only true redeeming value is star Kevin Costner.

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Movie Review: ‘The Boss’

Joel Amos reviews "The Boss," Melissa McCarthy's latest comedy that has enough laugh-out-loud moments to keep you entertained, especially if you're a McCarthy fan.

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Movie Review: ‘Demolition’

"Demolition" explores that most tragic of human feelings -- grief -- with a powerhouse performance from Jake Gyllenhaal.

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Movie Review: ‘The Brothers Grimsby’

You may just hate yourself for LOLing so much, but that is exactly what you'll do in Sacha Baron Cohen's latest, "The Brothers Grimsby."

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