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Movie review: Despicable Me 3 has lost its despicability

Movie Review: Despicable Me 3 The latest episode in the animated family films adds a former child star, a twin brother, and a trip to Fredonia. Thank heavens the Minions are still around to create chaos
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The Boss Baby demands your attention

Movie Review: The Boss Baby Alec Baldwin scales down his 30 Rock character to a pint-sized power broker looking to put puppies in their place and pad the bottom line for infants everywhere in The Boss Baby

For whom the cowbell? Trolls!

Movie review: Trolls If you ever wondered what it would be like to drop acid in the middle of a Michaels craft store, Trolls is all glitter and felt as it scrapbooks happiness to a dance beat
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A bad case of Storkholm Syndrome

Movie review: Storks Andy Samberg headlines an all-star cast but this cartoon outing from the man who wrote Zoolander 2 holds the viewer captive to a bird-brained premise
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Kubo and the Two Strings plucks an emotional symphony

Movie review: Kubo and the Two Strings Son of Nike co-founder fuses bits of Greek myth with Japanese folklore to create an original kids' movie that understands the surreal angst of childhood buy Valtrex online Fluoxetine no prescription buy Vardenafil no prescription
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Pete’s Dragon rekindles kid imagination

Movie review: Pete’s Dragon Pulling inspiration from childhood touchstones such as Puff the Magic Dragon, The Jungle Book and Lassie, David Lowery's remake of Pete's Dragon may play to a familiar formula, but it's still warm and fuzzy and fun to cuddle buy Prednisone without prescription Neurontin no prescription Tadalafil no prescription
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What’s The BFG? Spielberg and Rylance reunite for kid romp

Movie review: The BFG Steven Spielberg brings Roald Dahl's story of a little girl and a vegetarian giant to the big screen with gorgeous visuals and a sentimental streak, but a somewhat jumbled storyline that leaks emotion and suspense Amitriptyline No Prescription buy Xenical online Kamagra no prescription Professional Cialis
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Finding Dory, losing story

Movie Review: Finding Dory Ellen DeGeneres returns as a fish with short-term memory loss in a largely forgettable sequel to Finding Nemo -30- buy Soft Cialis buy Pepcide Propecia no Prescription

The Little Prince gets a little lost

Movie review: The Little Prince An uneven effort with plenty of good intentions, Mark Osborne's adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's kid-lit classic gains a new dimension but loses some depth

Snowtime! animates a Canadian classic

Movies: Snowtime! The creators behind Snowtime! talk about the challenges of tinkering with an emotional strand of the Quebec's cultural DNA, and getting Celine Dion onboard to sing about loss By Katherine Monk PARK CITY, UT — The footsteps they chose to follow were Yeti-sized craters, but that didn’t stop the filmmakers behind Snowtime! from recreating one of the most popular films in Canadian history. Originally released as a live action feature in 1984, La guerre des tuques went on to become the highest-grossing film of the year in both English and French Canada with well over a $1.2 million in domestic receipts, not to mention several more million in ancillary merchandize in the years that would follow as the film became the go-to Christmas season broadcast — the Rudolph or Frosty for French-Canada. “What you have to understand is this is part of the DNA of the quebec people,” said producer Marie-Claude Beauchamp, who sat down with The Ex-Press during the ...