Scouts is a so-so, juvenile movie that wastes its potential and never lives up to its name. The enjoyable elements and the laughs are too spread out to ever garner a repeated viewing and the film feels wholly forgettable in a vastly over-saturated genre.
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Crimson Peak is the kind of film that is going to put filmgoers at odds. For horror fans looking for fast frights, Crimson Peak is not going to live up to your expectations. However, if you’re a fan of Gothic ghost stories and the classic filmography of Vincent Price, then Crimson Peak is exactly what you’ve been waiting for.
Goosebumps is an immensely enjoyable exercise in nostalgia and a return to form for children’s horror, that should equally create new horror fans out of youngsters and satisfy older fans of the books.
As for as office sitcoms go, The Muppets is very funny. “Hostile Makeover” is miles ahead of the pilot and gives a greater sense of what this series could be and how it’ll function week to week, but I can’t help but miss some classic Muppet antics that are severely absent.
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