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Rated: PG
Release Date: November 25, 2020
Director: Joel Crawford
Stars: Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Leslie Mann
Plot: Grug and his family find an amazing place to live, but soon run into the Bettermans, and things take a turn for the worse
Clint Says: See this in theaters as soon as you can


If you saw the first film in this franchise you know how fantastic it was. This one may even be better! 
Once again the animation is beautiful, fun, and imaginative. There are several scenes that will have you wondering how they were able to manage making something so amazing. 
The story is entertaining, interesting, and wildly funny. My whole family laughed out loud, and hard, several times during the film. It even managed to keep the interest of my 8 year old, who finds nothing longer than 10 minutes interesting. 
The pacing is perfect, the length is just right, and there are no annoying filler scenes that slow everything down. 
If you are looking for something to do with your whole family over the Thanksgiving break, this is a perfect way to spend a couple of hours. It is a wonderful and exciting film for everyone. 
(In theaters everywhere).

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FATMAN - (Amazon Prime)
Rated: R
Release Date: November 25, 2020
Director: Eshom and Ian Nelms
Stars: Mel Gibson, Walton Goggins, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Chance Hurstfield
Plot: A spoiled, rich kid hires a hitman to take out Santa Claus after Santa gives him a lump of coal for Christmas
Clint Says: Watch this as soon as you can

When I heard the plot line, "a kid hires a hitman to kill Santa," my first thought was, that sounds like it could be a pretty funny movie. 

Then I found out it was an R-rated action flick starring Mel Gibson and Walton Goggins and my excitement level went all the way to 11.
This is not your kids' Christmas movie. This is a brutal, bloody, foul-mouthed film that will have you cheering with every ringing gun blast. This is the kind of movie that makes DIE HARD look like a Christmas movie...oh, already is. 
Gibson and Goggins are great. They are both so much fun to watch.
The story is pretty average, but that's not why you watch this film. You watch this film to see Santa go all John McClain on a professional killer. The rest of the movie is just a preamble to the craziness. 
If you are a person that loves a good, non-traditional Christmas flick, add this one to your list now. You'll want to get in early on this soon-to-be Christmas classic. 
(Streaming on Amazon Prime). 

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Rated: PG
Release Date: November 25, 2020
Director: Ben Falcone
Stars: Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, James Corden, Brian Tyree Henry
Plot: An artificial intelligence being spends three days studying the most average person on earth so it can decide whether or not to destroy the world
Clint Says: Watch this as soon as you can


For a long time Melissa McCarthy seemed to be a one-trick pony, but then she starred in films like SPY, THE BOSS, and CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME and proved to us that she is a master of her craft. Now, with SUPERINTELLIGENCE, she shows us that she can play a smart, confident, loving person while leading a very funny rom-com. 
Perhaps one of the best aspects of this film is that it is rated PG, but it doesn't lose any of its punch. I was able to watch it with my 10 year old daughter and she loved it. It isn't very often that a comedy comes along that is both funny and appropriate for most ages. 
This film is not only funny, but it is smart, although it doesn't take itself too seriously. The story is ridiculous in its concept, but it plays off of that ridiculousness in a way that makes the movie feel like you know it could never happen, but you are completely okay with suspending your disbelief in order to let this story play out.
If you are looking for a great date night on the couch, or if you are wanting to watch something other than a kids movie with your older children, this is a film that will totally satisfy everyone. It is well worth your time. 
(Streaming on HBOMax).

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 25, 2020
Director: Steven Bernstein
Stars: John Malkovich, Rhys Ifans, Rodrigo Santoro, Romola Garai
Plot: The story of the last days of poet Dylan Thomas
Clint Says: Watch this movie as soon as you can


Well, here it is. This is easily one of my favorite films of the year. There is nothing much to say except this is a must-see film. If you are a fan of artistic cinema you have to see this. If you are a fan of dramatic performances, you have to see this. If you are a fan of Dylan Thomas, you have to see this. If you've liked any of the films nominated for Best Picture in the last 10 years, you have to see this. 
While I still have more films to see before I begin my official voting process, after seeing this I'm ready to vote for it for Best Picture, Best Actor, possibly 2 Best Supporting Actors, Best Score, and Best Cinematography. We shall see if this holds up over the next several weeks, but I think it will. 
Rhys Ifans is nothing short of masterful as Dylan Thomas. His portrayal will leave you wanting more. And the supporting cast is incredible as well. This is easily some of the best acting I've seen this year. 
My only issue with this movie is that it is going to be in limited release, so I'm afraid it isn't going to get enough eyeballs on it to be noticed for the big awards. Hopefully, I am wrong. 
If you can find this movie, watch it as soon as you can. You will not be disappointed. 
(In select theaters).

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Rated: PG-13
Release Date: November 20, 2020
Director: Stanley Tong
Stars: Jackie Chan, Yang Yang, Miya Muqi, Lun Ai
Plot: A security firm is tasked with saving a father and daughter from a ruthless criminal with deep pockets
Clint Says: Wait for the digital release

VANGUARD is the best comedy of the year. There is only one problem. It's not supposed to be a comedy.
From the amateurish CGI lion, to the car chase scenes filmed at 30 miles per hour and then sped up on film, to the early 1990's-looking graphics superimposed onto large computer monitors, it looks like the effects budget for this movie was somewhere around $36.25 (plus tax). But the good news is the bad effects make for some great laughs. 
Aside from the effects (and some truly atrocious, yet refreshingly hilarious, acting by about half of the cast), the rest of the movie is pretty good. The plot is interesting and the action is great. I enjoyed watching the whole thing. I even enjoyed cringing through the car chase scenes, and awkward confrontations where it was quite obvious the actors were hired for their fighting skills and not their ability to deliver dialogue. 
I'm probably being a bit too harsh on the actors. This is a Chinese film, shot with 90% Mandarin dialogue. If it were the other way around I wouldn't want to be judged on how poorly I was speaking my Mandarin lines in an English film. So, all is forgiven there. But, that still doesn't make it any less funny. 
This is the kind of film you have to go into knowing exactly what you are paying for. As long as you understand that it is so bad that it is good, you and your friends will have a great time. If you are going in hoping to see a moody action film, you are going to be very disappointed. 
I can't recommend seeing this one in theaters, but if you want to help the theaters out while they struggle through this pandemic, at least you know you will be entertained and get some good laughs out of this movie. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 20, 2020
Director: Dan Friedkin
Stars: Claes Bang, Guy Pearce, Vicky Krieps
Plot: A man is put on trial for being a Nazi sympathizer, but stunning revelations during the trial change his life and the entire art world
Clint Says: See this as soon as you can


I knew nothing about this real-life story going into this movie. Now that I have seen it, I want to find all of the information I can about it. This is a fascinating story, told in a creative, entertaining, and dramatic way. 
You wouldn't think that a film about a trial over stolen art would be overly exciting, but this movie is filled with action, suspense, intrigue, and drama from the opening scene to the chaotic climax. There wasn't a single moment where I was bored or my mind slipped out of the story. It is captivating. 
The principle cast all give wonderful performances. You can see the chemistry and feel the tension in all of the right places. Guy Pearce does so well as to portray a specific emotion to the audience with just a simple movement of his, very pointy, eyebrow. It is truly something to behold. 
If you like WWII-era dramas, and/or art-heist films, this one is a must-see. And if you don't know the story already, I highly recommend not looking anything up before you see it so you don't spoil the reveal. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 20, 2020
Director: Sean Durkin
Stars: Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Oona Roche, Charlie Shotwell
Plot: A couple moves to England and their lives fall apart
Clint Says: Don't even bother

Imagine a movie that opens with the first four minutes being barely more than two establishing shots. One, a shot of the outside of the main character's house, and one, through the window, of the main character while he talks on the phone, (with no audible dialogue for us to hear). Between those two shots is another, long establishing shot of a close up of the main character before 20 seconds of "action", which is him dialing and talking on the phone. 

Did that paragraph bore you? If so, imagine how much more boring it would be as a movie. 
Oh, wait, you don't need to imagine it, someone already shot it and named it THE NEST.
Side note to the director: If your establishing shots take longer than 3 or 4 seconds then one of three things needs to happen...
1. If the scene is too confusing to allow it to be established in 3 or 4 seconds, fire your set designer and cinematographer.
2. If the scene is perfectly established in 3 or 4 seconds, but the establishing shot continues on for another 40 or so seconds, fire your editor. 
3. If you can't figure out what the problem is with a 45 second establishing shot, fire yourself.
Side note over.
By the way, the next hour and 40 minutes don't get much more exciting than the first four minutes. In fact the only thing of note to happen in the first half hour is the move to England. It isn't until about 35 minutes in that we finally get the slightest bit of drama and conflict. The rest of the movie slowly builds the conflict, but the big reveal is so minor, so #firstworldproblems, that you'll question why you chose to waste nearly two hours of your life watching it. 
Not only is the story boring, but it is poorly told. There are plot elements that are set up but never resolved, characters that pop in an out at strange times, and useless scenes that do nothing to move the plot forward. 
I am confident that most of us would be more entertained spending 2 hours watching an empty bird nest than watching this film. Save yourself the money and the agony and skip this one. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 13, 2020
Director: Christopher Landon
Stars: Kathryn Newton, Vince Vaughn
Plot: A girl switches bodies with a serial killer and has only 24 hours to change back before it's permanent
Clint Says: Worth it if you are a fan of slasher flicks


Do you remember the Disney Freaky Friday films and all of the other body-switch movies that have come out over the last 40 years? Well, don't mistake this one for the slightly dramatic, but mostly comedic Lindsey Lohan-led plotline. This one is a straight up, gory, slasher flick. 
Sure it has several comedic moments with Vince Vaughn pretending to be a teenage girl, but this is a horror flick before anything else. And here is the good news, as far as slasher flicks go, this one is better than most. Yes, it still has stupid people doing stupid things and more plot holes than swiss cheese, but it is also filled with wild scares, creepy chases, and epically gross, yet mysteriously entertaining kill scenes. (Oh, don't get all high and mighty on know you love it when the idiot jerk gets what's coming to them.)
Vince Vaughn does a great job essentially playing two roles in this one. It's great to see him play something other than the big, goofy guy. He pulls off the serious role of a deranged serial killer with masterful ease. And Kathryn Newton does the same going from awkward teen to complete psycho. 
This is one of those films that is purely entertaining. It offers nothing to stimulate your brain or to manipulate your emotions. 
If you like scary flicks filled with blood and gore, check your brain at the door and have a blast watching this one. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 13, 2020
Director: Michael Angelo Covino
Stars: Michael Angelo Covino, Kyle Marvin, Gayle Rankin
Plot: Two life-long friends struggle through relationship and trust issues
Clint Says: Watch this as soon as you can


If you like quirky, awkward, and funny, this is the perfect movie for you. It is a fantastic and hilarious look into the relationship between two lifelong friends.
This is a film that is the exception to the, (my), rule that the same person should not write, direct, and star in the same film, because there is nobody to tell them "no", and the story gets lost. Well, in this case they did a masterful job of staying on track and telling the story in the most effective and compelling way. 
The two leads have great chemistry and their banter and pacing are great. Their stories will make you laugh, empathize, and cringe. They feel like real people that could actually be in your life. 
There is no simple label for this movie. "Bromance" doesn't quite fit, "best frenemies" may be a little closer, but it still doesn't tell the whole story. This is a unique and wonderful film that will give you a lot of much-needed laughs. 

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Rated: PG
Release Date: November 13, 2020
Director: Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart
Stars: Honor Kneafsey, Eva Whittaker, Sean Bean, Simon McBurney
Plot: A girl and her father set out to rid their town of wolves, but a mysterious girl may change their course
Clint Says: Watch this as soon as you can


2020 has been a weird year. With the theaters being closed most of the year there have been a lot less movies released, especially movies for kids. Maybe that is one of the reasons why WOLFWALKERS feels so special. Or maybe it is really special and would stand out in a normal year, too. 
Either way, this is a film that is very much worth seeing. It is one that almost the whole family can and will enjoy. 
One of the best aspects of this movie is the animation. I don't know if I've ever seen anything quite like it. At times, it almost feels like you are watching an unfinished project. Other times it feels like you are seeing the most beautiful drawing you've ever seen. There are a lot of straight, bold lines that cut through the screen, making the animation pop in ways that are unique. 
Beyond the animation, the characters are interesting and deep. the story they tell is formulaic, but told well, and the music is beautiful. If you are a fan of Irish accents, this film has them in abundance. If you have trouble deciphering words spoken with a heavy accent, this may not be the best film for you. It takes a lot of concentration to catch everything they are saying. 
If you are looking for a fun evening out with the family you should give WOLFWALKERS a try. It isn't your typical, commercial animation style, so there may be a bit of a learning curve for some, but it is a wonderful film that is worth seeing. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: November 6, 2020
Director: Thomas Bezucha
Stars: Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, Kayli Carter, Jeffrey Donovan
Plot: A retired couple, dealing with the loss of their son, tries to rescue their only grandson from an abusive family
Clint Says: Save some money and see a matinee
I didn't really know what to expect going into this movie, but I know that I expected more than what I got. That isn't to say that this is a bad film, it just doesn't have a gripping, edge-of-your-seat plot to keep you engaged for almost two hours. 
This movie relies much more on emotion than action. It's odd in a way because the reality is that only three big things happen in the first 45 minutes, but  it doesn't feel like the movie is dragging. Yes, it does feel like a slow-moving story, but in doesn't feel like it gets bogged down or the story loses momentum. It's simply a slow burn. 
For the most part the acting is pretty solid. Diane Lane does a great job leading the cast, and Kevin Costner gives one of his better performances. (That's not saying a lot, since he is the same character in every film he does, but at least it fits in this movie).
If you are a fan of the slow, emotional tale then this is a film that you will want to see. If you saw the trailer for this and you were excited to see a couple of grandparents act like Rambo for two hours, you are going to be disappointed. This isn't the kind of film that will win a ton of awards, but it is still one worth seeing. 

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Rated: Not Rated
Release Date: November 6, 2020 (Opens in virtual theaters)
Director: Jeffrey Roda
Stars: Nolan Lyons, Taylor Richardson, Alivia Clark, Tanner Flood
Plot: A mismatched group of junior high kids discuss and debate life, death, school, and more while they wait to get into a nightclub

Clint Says: Worth a watch if you like Indie films

If you grew up watching movies from the 1980's then you know that John Hughes was the master of the teen comedy. He captured the reality and true essence of teens growing up in the time before cell phones and the internet. 
Now comes a guy named Jeffrey Roda, with very few credits to his name, but he's essentially given us a 1980's, Junior High version of THE BREAKFAST CLUB. Really. The whole movie centers around a group of Junior High kids waiting outside of a nightclub for what seems like two or three hours, and while they are waiting, they discuss and debate all of the issues that a 1980's Junior High kid would find important. 
Now for the reality check. Is this as good as a John Hughes film? Not even close. It's good, and sometimes it even borders on great, but it isn't anywhere near the same league as THE BREAKFAST CLUB or any of the other classics by Hughes. The main issue with it is the slow pace and the clunky transitions. You can almost hear the director saying, "and, scene," at the end of a segment, then readjusting the cameras to shoot the next bit. It just doesn't flow like it should. 
Aside from the pacing and transition issues, everything else is pretty spot on. The acting is very good for the most part. There are a couple of small moments where the dialogue doesn't feel legitimate, but overall, the characters do feel real. 
If you are a child of the 80's this film will bring back a lot of crazy Junior High memories. I would recommend seeing this just for the memories alone.

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Rated: R
Release Date: October 23, 2020
Director: David Prior
Stars: James Badge Dale, Stephen Root, Joel Courtney, Marin Ireland
Plot: A group finds out how to summon an evil entity and things take a bad turn
Clint Says: Wait for the digital release


It must be near the end of October. Why? Because even in the middle of a pandemic Hollywood still manages to push out bad horror flicks. (That, and I looked at the calendar just before I wrote this).
While this is not your typical, do-something-stupid, make-all-the-wrong-choices, the-person-acting-like-a-jerk-is-about-to-die horror flick, it tries to be smart and moody, but it just falls flat. 
What makes this one worse than most is that it is nearly a full hour longer than the average horror flick. Most of them clock in at 80 or 90 minutes. Sometimes they push an hour and 45 minutes. But this one drags on for a full 2 hours and 17 minutes! That's like 3 years in horror flick time. Trust me, nobody's got time for that.
If you are desperate to get out of the house and see a new horror flick for the Halloween season, this is pretty much your only option. I wish it was better, but we don't always get what we wish for...even if we blow into an empty bottle and chant for it. 
I have a feeling that The Empty Man is going to be playing to a lot of empty theaters. 

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Rated: R
Release Date: October 23, 2020
Director: Jason Woliner
Stars: Sacha Baron Cohen, Maria Bakalova
Plot: A Kazakh reporter returns to the US to try to repair the damage he did 14 years earlier
Clint Says: Watch this only if you are okay with being offended


Sacha Baron Cohen is a man of many talents. He is incredibly funny, he seems to always be topical, and he's an equal opportunity offender. This film is filled with all of those elements. 
While this sequel isn't as good as the original, it has several moments that are laugh-out-loud funny. It also has many cringeworthy moments as well. And then there are all of the completely offensive moments.
Here's the deal: If you are a Trump supporter that doesn't like people making fun of him or his administration, you should just skip this one. If you are someone that thrives on seeing Trump and his administration treated like fools, you may consider this to be one of the best films of the year. However, if you are easily offended by jokes about the pandemic, the oppression of women, or making fun of other cultures you should probably watch something else this weekend. If you are someone that is fine with people in real life being pranked for a farcical story, and you can separate comedy from real life, then you'll enjoy this movie. 
The good news for everyone is that this film actually has a decent story and character development. Rather than just throwing together a bunch of prank interviews and calling it a day, there is an underlying story behind the madness that is, believe it or not, endearing and heartwarming. That doesn't mean that this is some incredible tale that must be heard by all. It just means you have something to keep you interested between the laughs and the groans. 

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Rated: PG-13
Release Date: October 16, 2020
Director: Mark Williams
Stars: Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh, Jai Courtney
Plot: A retired Marine has spent his retirement years robbing banks, and now he wants to make things right, but he has to prove he is innocent of a wild crime spree first
Clint Says: Wait for the digital release


Not to make this too simple, but, for the most part, if you've seen one Liam Neeson one-man-against-the-world movie, you've seen them all. It is true, he has a special set of skills, and he uses them all in every film he does. It would be nice to see him use another set of skills by playing a character of another type, but he knows these flicks are his wheelhouse, and so do we. 
I would rank this film somewhere in the middle of his similar films. It's not great, but it isn't terrible either. It's pretty much exactly what you think it is. 
The one thing that brings this movie down is that nothing really exciting happens for the first 30 minutes. Yes, the story gets established, but let's be honest, we don't go to movies like this for a long, drawn-out story. We go to see Liam use his special skills. 
After the 30 minute mark the movie picks up the pace and gets into the good stuff, but even then, it's still pretty tame. After all the guy is an honest thief. By definition that makes him pretty bland. Now, if Liam starred in a flick called Back-stabbing, Explosive Thief, I'm paying extra to see that. 
But, since it is called Honest Thief there aren't a whole lot of reasons to see this in theaters. Unless you just want to be an awesome person and support the theaters and their employees, which I always highly recommend. Otherwise, just wait for the digital release. You won't miss anything...honest. 

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Rated: PG-13
Release Date: October 16, 2020
Director: Lance Hool
Stars: Jacob Elordi, Tiera Skovbye, Radha Mitchell, Adan Canto
Plot: Two couples that have never met have their lives intersect in a dramatic way
Clint Says: Save some money and see a matinee


Here is pretty much all you need to know about this movie: If you like to laugh a little bit and then sob uncontrollably while watching movies then you need to go see this right now. This film will jerk the tears right out of your face and collect them in a pool between your feet. 
Aside from the emotional ride, this is a pretty decent film. It's not one that will become a life-long classic, but it will be one that you may want to watch every once in a while to get your cry on. 
The actors do a decent job, but their performances aren't anything better than average. Thankfully, they don't need to be anything better than average, because the story is the star of this film. 
My only big issue with this movie, and this is a personal preference, so it may not be a big deal to you, is that the film relies on an unreliable narrator. To me, that is lazy writing. I would rather see the story unfold rather than hear someone talk about it over a montage. 
Aside from that, this film gives you just about everything that it promises. It's not a technical masterpiece, but it is one that could be a fun night out with your girlfriends. Just be sure to bring a big box of tissues. 

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Rated: Not Rated
Release Date: October 13, 2020
Director: Elan Dassani, Rajeev Dassani
Stars: Sunita Mani, Sarita Choudhury, Omar Maskati
Plot: A mother suspects that her daughter's boyfriend isn't as perfect as he seems
Clint Says: A good thriller worth streaming


NOTE: This film is part of a unique collaboration between Amazon and Blumhouse Television. The two studios have released four films over the last two weeks, and are doing several virtual party screenings called "Welcome to the Blumhouse" through Fantastic Fest and Fangoria.
A mother's instincts are always right. Trust your mother. Listen to your mother. These are all phrases we've heard all of our lives, but when it comes to love we tend to ignore mom. 
The lesson from this film is do not ignore your mother.
Just like the other three films in this collection, this isn't a jump-scare, slasher style horror flick. Instead, this is a creepy thriller similar to films like SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY. What makes this unique is that it uses Indian culture and beliefs to tell a story we've seen many times in a new way. 
This film is a slow burn, but when the fire gets going it doesn't let up. It is an intense, hold-your-breath story that will keep you glued to your couch while you eat all of the popcorn. 
If you are looking for a fun thriller to get you into the Halloween mood, EVIL EYE will not disappoint. 

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Rated: Not Rated
Release Date: October 13, 2020
Director: Zu Quirke
Stars: Sydney Sweeney, Madison Iseman
Plot: Twin sisters compete for a coveted spot in their art school's senior recital while dealing with the suicide of one of their peers
Clint Says: Definitely worth streaming as soon as you can


NOTE: This film is part of a unique collaboration between Amazon and Blumhouse Television. The two studios have released four films over the last two weeks, and are doing several virtual party screenings called "Welcome to the Blumhouse" through Fantastic Fest and Fangoria.
We all know that the arts are very competitive, but this film takes that competitive nature to a new and creepy level. 
Of the four films in this collection, this one is the creepiest. I wouldn't say that any of them are scary, but this one gets the closest to it. It is filled with suspense, betrayal, sabotage, and incredibly good music. 
From the opening scene until the end credits this film will captivate you. Even in its darkness it has an ethereal beauty to it that draws you in and holds you. 
If you are someone that loves creepy movies, but isn't really into the slasher horror flick stuff, this is a great film for you. It will give you all of the thrills and chills you could ask for. This is a great choice for a evening on the couch trying to get into the Halloween spirit. 

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Rated: PG
Release Date: October 9, 2020
Director: Tim Hill
Stars: Robert De Niro, Oakes Fegley, Uma Thurman, Rob Riggle
Plot: When grandpa moves in with his family and takes over his grandson's room was is declared
Clint Says: See this in theaters when you can


Robert De Niro is the human equivalent of the Energizer Bunny. He's pushing 80 years old, but he works as much, if not more, than most Hollywood A-listers. In fact, he still has two films, other than this one, still to be released this year, and five other films in some stage of production. And the beast thing about his acting is that he makes every film he is in better.
There is no way this film will ever be mistaken for cinematic brilliance, but it is one that the whole family can enjoy together. It's filled with funny one-liners, an entertaining story, and a ton of slapstick. You and your kids will be laughing all the way through. 
The only thing I didn't like about this movie is that it got a little too preachy with the anti-war message. It's not that the message was wrong, it just felt like they were trying to force a moral lesson into the movie that didn't really need to be there. If it had been just one moment between grandfather and grandson after their feud ended that would have been okay, but it comes up several times making it too much.
Aside from that, this is the first new-release film that the whole family can enjoy in a theater in the last six months. If you are looking for a fun outing with the kids, give this one a shot. It's not a fantastic film, but it is good enough to make it worth your time and money.

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Rated: PG-13
Release Date: October 9, 2020
Director: Diane Paragas
Stars: Eva Noblezada, Dale Watson, Liam Booth
Plot: A young, undocumented girl tries to make her dream of being a country music star become a reality
Clint Says: See this in theaters when you can

We all know that if you are going to chase after your dreams you are going to have to overcome a lot of obstacles. This film is all about doing just that. 

And it does it with beautiful music. 
Eva Noblezada gives a fantastic performance in a moving film that draws you in and gives light to the struggles faced by many people. She also sings several of the songs herself, which will come as no surprise when you realize she has played the lead in MISS SAIGON on Broadway and and London.
While this isn't a film that you would classify as exciting or entertaining, it is one that is well-told and compelling. It is heartwarming and will bring out a lot of emotions as you watch it. 
If you are a fan of underdog stories you should give this one a chance. If you like the sound of classic country music, this is a must-see movie.