Big Screen

January 17th 2017

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Movie reviews with FBi’s answer to David and Margaret, James Ross! If your ears are tired you can also read more Big Screen reviews here.


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FBi's Big Screen - Guardians of the Galaxy 2

You can't stop the music in this irreverent sequel. Once again, the Guardians of the Galaxy deliver the goods.

FBi's Big Screen - Land of Mine

No one is innocent in Martin Zandvliet's tense new Oscar-nominated war film.

FBi's Big Screen - The Salesman

At the height of the controversy around Trump's immigration ban, Asgar Farhadi has released a film that is everything Trump isn't - quiet, complex, and thoughtful. James Ross reviews the 2017 Best Foreign Language Oscar.

FBi's Big Screen - Silence

Martin Scorsese's ode to Japanese cinema is a quiet contemplation on faith. It just runs a half hour too long, and probably shouldn't star Andrew Garfield.

FBi's Big Screen - xXx 3: The Return of Xander Cage

Vin Diesel plays Xander Cage like he's playing Dungeons & Dragons. And that's fine by FBi's resident film critic James Ross.

FBi's Big Screen - The Edge of Seventeen

The Edge of Seventeen could have been set at James Ross' high school, if everyone at his high school was incredibly good looking and had six-pack abs.

FBi's Big Screen - Rogue One

In a galaxy far far away, a rich and exciting universe is filled with boring characters and a by-the-numbers plot. James Ross reviews the new Star Wars film, Rogue One.

FBi's Big Screen - Your Name

'Your Name' might not be the next Miyazaki film, but it has plenty of heart and a pop punk soundtrack to make your teenage self giddy.

FBi's Big Screen - Magic Mike XXL

Although he's definitely not the target audience and the movie has literally no substance or plot, Sam Clark still loved a lot about Magic Mike XXL.

FBi's Big Screen - Infinitely Polar Bear

FBi's resident film reviewer Sam Clark can't help but feel all the rough edges have been sanded off of Maya Forbes' true-life story Infinitely Polar Bear.

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