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  • Free Guy

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  • Tears of the Sun

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  • How to Train Your Dragon 2

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  • Free Guy

    Free Guy

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    Free Guy is one of the most entertaining films of the year. It is a bright and colorful, action-packed family movie with great laughs and even a couple of surprise cameos which will surely raise a smile. This movie knows how to utilize easter eggs, cameos, and pop culture references without making the film feel overstuffed. The film’s gags and punch lines, as well as its action scenes, are mostly in service of its story and its characters. The production…

  • Tears of the Sun

    Tears of the Sun

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    An action film with more than just action. It deals with serious, substantial, contemporary political and moral issues. The film is tense from the start and I find myself glued to the screen right up until the end credits. Tears of the Sun separates itself from the other action movie chaff with absolutely stunning cinematography and some genuinely awe-inspiring set pieces. I feel Tears of the Sun deserves more love.

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  • How to Train Your Dragon

    How to Train Your Dragon

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    Nearly a decade has passed, but How to Train Your Dragon has lost none of its magic. It’s the perfect mix of beautiful animation, larger-than-life characters, star-studded voice casting, narrative clarity, clearly defined and well-told relationship arcs and a fully realised fantasy world -- which all combine to create something a little bit magical. It teaches two lessons: the importance of family and the greater importance of tolerance. The music by John Powell will always be remembered for its triumphant and emotional ensemble that brings about the best of what is being shown on screen.

  • Some Like It Hot

    Some Like It Hot

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    The film is breezy and hilarious, never afraid to play up its comic sensibilities. The performances, especially by the three leads, are pure joy. From the snappy opening of the film to its classic final line uttered by the great Joe E. Brown, Some Like It Hot is the epitome of classic comedy done right.