Month in Stubs returns with a quick recap of July’s cinema viewings. Follow the links for a more in depth review.
~ Happy Viewing ~
This shameful reboot of a classic franchise suffers at the hands of Alan Taylor’s modern reimagining that focuses on a the birth of a new trilogy and fails to achieve its full potential. Gimmicky and cringey Genisys only succeeds in solidifying the solidarity held between avid defenders of Cameron’s magnum opus. * *
With slick comedy, smooth visuals and encouraging gags Ant-Man employs a multitude of shameless gimmicks to deliver a relatively unoriginal premise. But with a heartwarming story and impressive visuals Ant-Man proves that the best things come in small packages. * * *
Pixar’s latest outing is fun, refreshing, and emotional. Taking the viewer on a journey through Riley’s conscious mind we’re treated to a depth of character development and vivid imagination. With a worthy * * * * Inside Out is a tasty treat for children and adults alike. Check it out.