September 12, 2014

REVIEWS: Wetlands, Honeymoon, Dead Snow 2, Dolphin's Tale 2 & More

Angie Han, Perri Nemiroff and Kristy Puchko review Honeymoon, Wetlands, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them. 

Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead: "delivers more gore, action, firepower, and laughs than the first film. It's brilliantly bonkers and will have audiences howling with laughter from its first zombie battle to its fucked up and fun final showdown."

Dolphin Tale 2: "Its goals are unambitious but they are achieved. Smith has made a sequel that is sweet and inspiring. It is competently shot with an affable cast, and carries on the inspirational themes of the first film."

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them: "Regardless of its origins or alternate incarnations, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them should be able to work as its own film, independent of its predecessors. But without its curious backstory, it is little more than a mediocre romantic drama with a noteworthy cast."

The Skeleton Twins: " The Skeleton Twins, comedic performers Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader rein in their manic antics to tap into the maudlin tale of estranged siblings in desperate need of each other. Under the hand of helmer Craig Johnson, the results are uneven, but not uninteresting.

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