Keeping with the tradition of the fourth iteration of the franchise, Friendship Games excels beyond expectations to bring a much deeper, more emotional and heartfelt story than the premise may suggest.
This time, however, our adorkable Twilight is in the spotlight, but not exactly the same one we know. It's Equestria Girls' Twilight, and having never discovered the Magic of Friendship like her counterpart, she has a lot of studying to do. In her curiosity, she inadvertently creates a magic-stealing…
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Let me preface this by saying that I'm not a fan of the Jurassic Park films. I've never really thought dinosaurs were interesting, so that aspect is lost on me. The first is still a technical masterpiece and possibly the most visually brilliant film ever made. The second and third were wasted opportunities. The fourth installment refuses to be another wasted opportunity, and easily delivers the best experience of the series. Unfortunately, for me, that isn't saying a whole lot.…
Called in by his old partner Dillon (Carl Weathers) to rescue hostages from militants, Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) finds himself and his men being hunted in a dense jungle by an alien predator (Kevin Peter Hall). It can blend into its environment, mimic sounds and has heat-seeking vision. Despite being outmatched and outgunned, Dutch decides to take this thing head on to make sure it can't harm any more people than it already has.
This movie is a prime example of…