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"X-Men: Apocalypse" suffers from a diminished plot line but makes up for it with some over the top action scenes to grab your attention.
Unlike its namesake, "Alice Through the Looking Glass" lacks both imagination and entertainment, showcasing a dull story.
"Love & Friendship" is sharp tongued, funny adaption of a Jane Austen novella that is buoyed by a strong cast.
"Mr. Right" starts off strong, with a blend of humour and action, but it sadly tails off as the film progresses.
"The Nice Guys" is both funny and thrilling at times, but its greatest asset is its characters' likeability.
"The Angry Birds Movie" will be a fun watch for kids, but it might not be required viewing for anyone looking for a plot or anything beyond bad bird jokes.
The most entertaining part of "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" isn't the jokes, but rather the interplay and relationships between the cast.
"Dark Horse" is a fable of empowerment and beating the odds that is sure to draw in people looking for a tale of standing up and being recognized for your hard work.
"High-Rise" is not for everyone, but it's a film that basks in its weirdness and uncompromising nature.
"The Man Who Knew Infinity" may be a bit paint by numbers, but the its study of a relationship between mathematicians makes it a worthy movie.
"Money Monster" struggles deciding which style of movie it was wants to be and instead fails to grasp the audience.
"A Bigger Splash" draws you in to both the bawdy action and intriguing story, creating a mesmerizing film that you will struggle to tear yourself away from.
'Sunset Song' is beautifully shot but its unflinching brutality couple with its weak final act leave the film feeling lopsided.
"Captain America: Civil War" manages to finely balance its all-star cast with a surprisingly thoughtful film about loyalty.
"The Meddler" acts as a great spotlight for Susan Sarandon but the plot fails to get more than skin deep.
"The Rainbow Kid" is held together by its lead Dylan Harman who manages to ground this fanciful film in humanity and reality.
"Keanu" may not work as a full film but it's high points provide genuine laughter, especially for cat lovers.
"Green Room" is a whirlwind of a film that manages to make you care about characters before it cruelly rips them away. All the while, you can't look away.
"Mother's Day" loads up on faux-heartwarming storylines and keeps the originality to a minimum, opting instead for blandness.
"Ratchet and Clank" is a film filled with life lessons but its mediocre animation and plotlines that jump all over the place ultimately let it down.
Canada AM film critic Richard Crouse has earned his stripes authoring books, hosting TV shows, writing reviews for print publications and of course, his weekly segments on Canada AM -- and this blog.