Josh Hutcherson

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Aug 22 2019

Burn (2019) – Review

There are several irregular elements which set Mike Gan’s Burn apart from your typical bottle-episode thriller, and special consideration must be given for them. We have the self-harming misfit, an inverted sexual assault, a female anti-hero, and a robber with neither a heart of gold or murderous intent. It’s an embarrassment of riches resulting in decent […]
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Nov 19 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

Confession time. I was dismissive about The Hunger Games as a film. Here we go again with everything wanting to capitalize on Twilight’s success, with young adult novels about forbidden love under strange circumstances being given cinematic life. Didn’t mean I had to like it. Well, as chance would have it, I didn’t like the […]
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Nov 22 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Note: There are a few spoilers from the first “Hunger Games” film in this review, so if you haven’t seen it, I recommend you do so before watching “Catching Fire”. Last year’s “The Hunger Games”, which was based on the first novel in the trilogy by Suzanne Collins, was bound to be a huge hit […]
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Nov 21 2012

Red Dawn (2012)

(This review was originally published on November 21, 2012 at Reel Film News) A noticeable result of putting a career stuntman in the director’s chair is the minimal presence of CGI, as exemplified by “Act of Valor” earlier this year. This might be the only redeeming aspect of “Red Dawn”, which suffers from terrible dialogue, […]
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