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  1. Average review score: 62

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points higher than other critics.

  2. Average review score: 46

    On average, this critic grades
    14 points lower than other critics.

  3. Average review score: 64

    On average, this critic grades
    4 points higher than other critics.

  4. Average review score: 53

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points lower than other critics.

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  1. May 24, 2015
    8
    Zombeavers is EXCEPTIONAL. It is both FUNNY and HORRIFIC in the WORST ways, which makes its creators MASTERS in "B - Movie" MAGIC. An instantZombeavers is EXCEPTIONAL. It is both FUNNY and HORRIFIC in the WORST ways, which makes its creators MASTERS in "B - Movie" MAGIC. An instant CULT CLASSIC. Full Review »
  2. if you're into GAY S&M, this is the must-see movie of 2015. The women area segregated and there for breeding purposes only. Très, très butchif you're into GAY S&M, this is the must-see movie of 2015. The women area segregated and there for breeding purposes only. Très, très butch (homosexual), depressing etc. Notice all the fabulous reviews from places you wouldn't expect, otherwise?

    If you don't want to believe this, google it before dropping any money on it.
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  3. May 24, 2015
    8
    Very interesting film containing serious story line, a bit of humor and elements of love story. Actors' play is very good and actors look veryVery interesting film containing serious story line, a bit of humor and elements of love story. Actors' play is very good and actors look very naturally in their roles too. Has few interesting easter eggs such as one about Fallout series. Full Review »
  4. 4
    The Lazarus Effect tries to be original by borrowing ideas from a plethora of other horror movies. It winds up being an unoriginal and unscaryThe Lazarus Effect tries to be original by borrowing ideas from a plethora of other horror movies. It winds up being an unoriginal and unscary waste of a great cast. Full Review »
  5. May 24, 2015
    7
    Okay, so I went to see this movie with a 14 year old son of a friend. I was charmed by the retro look of the opening scenes at the 1964Okay, so I went to see this movie with a 14 year old son of a friend. I was charmed by the retro look of the opening scenes at the 1964 World's Fair (I remember that, and it was pretty close to the remembered reality). One of the best things about the movie is the uncanny resemblance between the actor who plays a young Frank Walker and George Clooney, who plays him as an adult. As sci-fi movies go, this was pretty tame, although there were a few neat special effects (a particular favorite being the multi-level swimming pools). The premise behind the movie, that we affect the future by our attitude is something worth thinking about, "Faux" news aside. Other than a rather gruesome visit to a hobby shop, there isn't much that is scary in the movie, so it would be okay for younger kids (age 7 and up, I'd say). For adults, well, you have to arrest your analytical mind for a bit to just enjoy the movie at face value (not always easy to do, I admit). But to share it with a younger person, who finds it charming and exciting and rich with possibilities...? Well, that made the viewing worthwhile. If you don't have a younger friend to bring with you, you might just want to skip this one. But don't forget the message: we all need to work together to ensure the future of the planet! Full Review »

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