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    Beauty and the Beast IMAX (2017 Film) Review

    It’s a tale as old as time, but still so true to our hearts. Normally, I don’t write from a personal perspective, but I cannot resist with this film. Beauty and the Beast was MY movie growing up. In a family of five children, living just three and half hours away from Walt Disney World, […]

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    Everything is Pretty Awesome About the LEGO Batman Movie

    There’s no shame in admitting that the LEGO Batman Movie has been my most highly anticipated film of 2017. After ogling LEGO Batman in the “original” LEGO Movie, I couldn’t wait to see Batman get all of the dedicated screen time that that handsome devil deserves. The movie’s plot focuses on a LEGO Batman who […]

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    Star Trek Beyond IMAX Review – An Enjoyable Standalone Episode

    Star Trek Beyond does a beautiful job of immersing you in the futuristic universe of Starfleet and the Federation. On the human (or otherwise) side of things, Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, and the core cast continue to do a great job of recreating the synergy and camaraderie of the original Star Trek crew. We would […]

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    Warcraft (IMAX) Review

    Warcraft was first announced way back in 2006, when World of Warcraft was still in its early days. WoW is still hanging in there ten years later, but there’s been waning interest — at over 5.5 million subscribers as of 2015, the game’s player base is less than half of what it was at its peak. Still, 5.5 million players […]

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    Google and IMAX Might Bring VR to Movie Theaters

    VR at the movies? With Facebook’s professional 360-degree camera design schematics and Vuze’s affordable semi-pro 360-degree camera, lots of tools have been developed to make new and very exciting VR experiences for all those new headsets. But, if you’re wondering where your future VR summer blockbuster will come from, look no further than Google. In a […]

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    The Finest Hours IMAX Review: Ocean Overshadows Big Name Actors

    Disney’s latest, The Finest Hours, tells the real-life story of the 1952 Coast Guard rescue of World War II-era tanker, SS Pendleton.  Drawing up memories of Wolfgang Petersen’s The Perfect Storm, The Finest Hours does little in the way of actually embodying the other seafaring drama.  Although the actors made failed attempts to muster believable performances, […]

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    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 (IMAX) Review

    One of the most anticipated movies of the year has landed, and it’s been a long time coming. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 landed in theaters this week, and it offers a satisfying ending to the series. Mockingly Part II picks up where the last movie left off. The war against the capital is […]

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    Tomorrow Land IMAX Review

    Back in the first half of the 20th century, the common vision of the future was of a utopian society where people moved around in flying jet packs. Years later, the more popular vision of the future for Hollywood is a dystopian one. But in Disney’s Tomorrow Land, much of the film focuses on that […]

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    Transformers: Age of Extinction – IMAX Review

    WARNING: Spoilers ahead! Transformers is back with director Michael Bay bringing his excessive use of CGI and explosions along with it. Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth movie in the franchise and takes place four years after Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Out is the whiny, screaming Shia LaBeouf who played the leading role […]

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    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire IMAX Review

    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has arrived and boy what a ride you are about to take in this two and a half hour journey. With a better script, more character development, depth, top-notch visuals, thrills, and quality acting –  the Hunger Games: Catching Fire has all the right ingredients to be a sequel that […]

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    Superman Man of Steel – IMAX 3D Review

    What ever happened to Clark Kent, intrepid daily planet reporter? Zack Snyder’s take on the Man of Steel, AKA Superman, has returned to the big screen in the shape of Henry Cavill – who is so easy on the eyes, he might make yours melt. But while we appreciated the eye candy that is the […]

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    Star Trek Into Darkness IMAX 3D Review

    If you threw both Star Trek fans and Star Wars fans into the same room… it would be difficult to say which group would survive that death match, but suffice it to say, J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek is the clear winner when it comes to reigniting a franchise. So for now, those with […]

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    Oz the Great and Powerful IMAX 3D Review

    Are you ready to head back down the yellow brick road? Well then you are in luck because Oz the Great and Powerful is about to take to you on a magical journey to the Emerald City. But this isn’t the same Oz Dorothy and Toto crash landed into. Pre-Dorothy Oz includes a land of not […]