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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4.5/5} “You’re very intense, you know that?” Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, released in 2016 Jack Reacher has been communicating with Major Turner by phone in order to hunt down a group of human traffickers. When he finally comes to town to meet her in person he is stunned to find she’s been arrested — […]

GoldenEye

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{4.5/5} “You don’t like me, Bond. You don’t like my methods. You think I’m an accountant, a bean counter more interested in my numbers than your instincts.” — M GoldenEye, released in 1995 A rogue element in the Russian military has developed a space-based weapons system — someone has deployed it to wipe out everyone […]

The Light Between Oceans

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{5/5} “For many years, everything I touched would fade away. And you are so full of life. That scares me.” The Light Between Oceans, released in 2016 Tom, having fought in World War I, decides to becomes a lighthouse keeper — at least temporarily, filling in for someone who had a nervous breakdown. When he […]

Inferno

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{4/5} “There’s a great deal of situational ebb and flow in my line of work.” Inferno, released in 2016 Robert Langdon wakes up in Florence. He has a head wound and doesn’t remember anything from the past couple of days. When someone comes to the hospital to kill him, he and his doctor, Sienna Brooks, […]

The Girl on the Train

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{4.5/5} “For the first time in ages I have purpose. Or at least I have a distraction.” The Girl on the Train, released in 2016 Rachel travels into the city by train every day, and every day she looks at a house where there’s a happy couple. Then one day she sees something shocking — […]

Hidden

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{5/5} “Three hundred and one. Now we shouldn’t have been around for any one of those days but just when we needed it we found this shelter. And it’s given us food, a home, a life. For all we know we could be the only ones left. The only ones still alive. So every one […]

Licence to Kill

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{4/5} “Remember, if it hadn’t been for Q branch you’d have been dead long ago.” Licence to Kill, released in 1989 When a drug lord named Sanchez feeds the lower half of Felix Leiter’s body to a shark, James Bond vows revenge. M expects Bond to do the mission he’s been assigned instead, so Bond […]

The Secret Life of Pets

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{4/5} “We are descended from the mighty wolf. We have raw primal instincts. That are mere moments away from kicking in and leading us home.” The Secret Life of Pets, released in 2016 Max, a dog, has a great life in New York. He does wonder where his owner Katie goes every day. But he […]

Storks

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{4.5/5} “Make a plan. Stick to the plan. Always deliver.” Storks, released in 2016 Storks used to deliver babies, but now they deliver packages for an online store. Junior’s boss tells him he can be the new boss — all he has to do is tell Tulip, the only human on Stork Mountain, that she’s […]

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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{4.5/5} “There were a lot of explosions for two people blending in.” Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, released in 2016 Jyn Erso has fallen into the Rebel Alliance, who say that her father is building a terrible weapon for the Empire. She, Cassian, and K-250 attempt to find her father — one of them […]