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JANUARY 2015 NEW RELEASE MOVIE REVIEW TEASER ROUNDUP

Another eclectic month has passed, and the new releases have come and gone, a few Oscar nominated while others are just there... most still in theaters... to simply entertain, or not: So here we have excerpts and links from all current motion pictures reviewed from the month of January, 2015...

THE LOFT (KARL URBAN, JAMES MARDSEN): "With three different time sequences occurring within minutes of each other, this steely Hitchcockian mystery/thriller begins like most wind up." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

WHIPLASH (JK SIMMONS, MILES TELLER): "While Fletcher’s rants are as politically-incorrect as you can get away with today, and Andrew’s edgy determination brings out a terrific performance (and spot-on drum mimicking) from Teller, WHIPLASH isn't without clich├ęs." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

THE BOY NEXT DOOR (JENNIFER LOPEZ): "Well that’s all it takes for a perfect looking twenty-year-old named Noah to become more smitten with his neighbor than Glenn Close was with Michael Douglas, or anyone else in the Tryst-to-Stalker Genre." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

THE WEDDING RINGER (KEVIN HART, JOSH GAD): "Same exact plot except the Ringer, Jimmy, played by Kevin Hart, has his own underground Best Man For Hire business with no strings attached." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

BLACKHAT (CHRIS HEMSWORTH): "In going beneath his larger-than-life Marvel persona, he plays a mumbling grouch with more brooding restraint than actual power." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

MORTDECAI (JOHNNY DEPP): "Reminiscent of Inspector Clouseau with a dash of Austin Powers, this could be Johnny's revenge for not landing THE THIN MAN remake." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

SELMA (DAVID OYELOWO): "Much like LINCOLN, the movie plays out intentionally sparse and strategic." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

THE IMITATION GAME (BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH): "Spends very little time with technology, instead centering on mathematician Alan Turing's quirks... So brilliantly neurotic and flaky, everyone around has to figure him out." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

AMERICAN SNIPER (BRADLEY COOPER): "Cooper plays Chris Kyle, the AMERICAN SNIPER who was a deadeye on the battlefield and a legend even before his tragic and bizarre murder." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW 

INTO THE WOODS (MERYL STREEP, JOHNNY DEPP): "Isn’t without artistic and creative value. Whereas TITANIC added unknown characters into a known true story, here we have a common baker and his wife intertwined within a handful of fairy tails including Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella and of course, Little Red Riding Hood." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

TAKEN 3 (LIAM NEESON): "Set entirely in America, the plot involves Mills evading and escaping and evading cops so vapid they should be Keystone." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

INHERENT VICE (JOAQUIN PHOENIX): "While BIG LEBOWSKI centered on the product of the 1960’s lost in the 1990's, INHERENT VICE takes us to that actual magical place: a colorful era where idealistic L.A. druggies proudly contrast from the straight-laced necktie jerks, who, in this particular case, are all more crooked than Richard Nixon himself." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW

THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2 ANGEL OF DEATH (HAMMER FILMS): "Much of the story, taking place at a fog-shrouded mansion during the height of World War II, sets up a genuinely ominous atmosphere." CLICK FOR FULL REVIEW
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