Tuacahn Amphitheatre boasts one of the most gorgeously-unique theatre locations in the world. Nestled against red rock canyons just outside of St. George, Utah. Just being there is half of the experience. Fortunately, the other half is first-rate off-Broadway productions that never disappoint in their energy, quality, or lavish design.
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Making a compelling argument that what story one tells matters less than how one tells it, this modern Planet of the Apes trilogy rose above expectations of sci-fi camp to tell one of the smartest (and most hauntingly beautiful) cinematic tales of the decade.
While not the surprise that the original film was, Despicable Me 3 reclaims the biting wit that launched the franchise. That wit was largely missing from the second film and the Minions spinoff, both of which relied heavily on slapstick silliness by henchmen who are funniest in small doses.
One would think rebooting Spider-Man for the third time in 15 years would lead to a stale, uninspired retread, but Marvel Studios consistently defies expectations by giving us characters, situations, and narrative threads we’ve never seen before.
I’m getting caught up on my summer movie reviews for you fine people. Coming next week I’ll weigh in on Spider-Man: Homecoming and Despicable Me 3. For now, let’s take a look at three flicks now in theaters.