|US Release Date||02/26/2014|
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A drawn out history lesson that nose-dives from beginning to end.
The rest of the contestants perform for a spot in the final 16.
Hugh Jackman’s action-filled spinoff delivers on the brawn but not the soul of the 'X-Men' franchise that spawned it.
It's a Jackie Chan movie. It's a western. It's a comedy. In other words, there's a little something here for everybody. And if you don't mind all the recycled clichés, it's a lot of fun.
Corny, predictable and a tad <em>Free Willy</em>-ish? Yes, but <em>Water Horse</em> still has inspiring moments the whole family should enjoy.
Even if you can't decipher all the politics, there are plenty of thrilling sequences to make <em>Curse of the Golden Flower</em> rock.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.