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Harry Potter an...
Perfect 90 Points 2011

Cinematic sensations conclude no better than HP|DH:P2. We’re talking multiple climaxes, legitimate ones. This perfect finale gives us final scenes with most every significant character from the entire magical series, many consisting of just one freighted line, each perfectly crafted, all subl…

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WikChip Image The Noseless One and his Minions
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The Hobbit: The...
Really Great 83 Points 2013

The elves dominate Hobbit 2. Coolest, prettiest, deadliest – they look especially good in the nearby poster. Orlando Bloom returns as Legolas; Evangeline Lilly joins as Tauriel, Chief of the Guards; moviestars both.

But it’s not just martial elves that make this movie such a treat. Advent…

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WikChip Image The Fighting Legolas: Orlando Bloom
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The Hobbit: The...
Really Great 83 Points 2014

Middle-earth makes its final cinematic appearance in the richly satisfying conclusion to The Hobbit trilogy, putting paid to Peter Jackson’s once controversial decision to turn J.R.R. Tolkien’s slim novel into a three movie series. Nothing sparse about this finale, that’s for sure.

In fact, …

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WikChip Image Swashbucklers: Evans & Bloom
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Doctor Strange ...
Really Great 66 Points 2022

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is marvelicious, fully 2+ hours of Marvel deliciousness, including surprise cameos from big stars of the Marvel cinematic universe. Big Benedict Cumberbatch is the star around which this solar system revolves, in his eighth turn as Dr. Stephen Strange…

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The Hobbit: An ...
Very Good 83 Points 2012

Part 1 of the The Hobbit trilogy is an oft charming visual feast. Wait. Part 1? Trilogy?

The Hobbit ain’t no trilogy! It is now, at the movies.

Peter Jackson – Lord High Creator of the Lord of the Rings trilogy

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WikChip Image Bilbo's Hobbit-Hole
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Your Highness
Good 66 Points 2011

Your Highness dons the trappings of Ye Olde English knights and damsels, mixes in sorcerers and pagan mythology, then filters the unholy brew through a 21st century slacker’s sensibility. Such low brow humor in high brow settings makes for a fun movie if you don’t mind tongue-deeply-in-cheek c…

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Fantastic Beast...
Good 83 Points 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them felt like a forced march as much as a magical experience. With so much exposition to get in, this first of five Fantastic Beasts movies is more episodic than rhapsodic.

The march is worth taking however, since the magical experience introduces us to a …

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Fantastic Beast...
OK 66 Points 2018

The Crimes of Grindelwald is also The Parade of Obscurities, so convoluted are its developments over 2¼ hours. Unlike other J.K. Rowling movies, which have generally been discernible despite their depth, Fantastic Beasts 2 makes even the convoluted Avengers: Age of Ultron

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The Lord of the...
None Yet 0 Points 2002
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