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"SkyScraper's" Cliches and Bits Hardly Leaves You Hanging

Skyscraper is a CGI-infused hodgepodge of derivative bits culled from more memorable disaster thrillers.  Even with its nearly bloodless PG-13 filter in place, I find it hard to applaud a film full of ruthless, pedal-to-the-metal death and destruction as … family fare.

PluggedIn.com gives us a thorough look to see if it's worth seeing.  

7 Things Parents Should Know about "Solo: A Star Wars Story"

If you’re a parent needing spoiler-free content details, then you owe it to yourself to check out this analysis.  Also, if you’re a moviegoer who wants to know a little bit more, this will be a good read for you.  

Here are seven things parents should know...

Avengers: Infinity War is almost impossible to classify. Is it good? Is it bad? Hard to say. Aesthetically it works: It takes risks I've never seen in the genre before, and it's got some really satisfying moments. But it's not, in the end, a very satisfying movie.

Rampage - Big Meets Bigger

This is a typical Dwayne Johnson movie: Buildings explode, the end of the world is near, and only one man can save the day … I’m sure you can guess who that is.

"Pacific Rim: Uprising" is Rock-'em-Sock-'em Cliche

The simple fact is, though, this fast-moving, rock-'em-sock-'em pic is what it is: a matinee creature-feature begging for a tub of butter-soaked popcorn.

Is it worth seeing?  Read this review from PluggedIn.com!  

"I Can Only Imagine" Portrays the Link Between Pain and Redemption

Every song tells a story. But sometimes the story behind a given song is more dramatic than the song itself.  That's the case with "I Can Only Imagine," the 2001 MercyMe song that surged seemingly out of nowhere to become the biggest-selling Christian single of all time.

Does the hit song make for a hit movie?  Find out!  From our friends at PluggedIn.com

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