Movie Reviews With The KORN Morning Show: “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

A group of mutated warriors face off against an evil kingpin who wants to take over New York.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review   3 of 5

It’s exactly what I expected: a summer “popcorn” movie.  It’s no surprise that Megan Fox is laughable because she’s just a terrible actress.  That doesn’t stop the movie from having its moments — the elevator scene is, by far, the best.  Enjoy it now, but it’s likely forgotten in two years.

Canary Keri’s Review  3 of 5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is funny with lots of action. I knew very little of TMNT before seeing the film, so it was entertaining for me to learn how the turtles ended up in the sewer and how April O’Neil was involved.  My only real recollection before seeing this film was that there are four turtles and one rat that all have a mutated into super heroes, however I did get a smile across my face as I was taken back to my childhood with one word…COWABUNGA! I think that they did a great job on the animation and special effects, the turtles look great in the numerous battle scenes. On the humorous side of the movie, two of my favorite scenes both include some musical vocals from the turtles! All in all this a good film, great film for the kids. This film is rated PG-13 due to violence so parents use discretion for your little ones.

Joanna’s Review    2 of 5

It was a little hard to get passed all the terrible acting coming from Megan Fox in the beginning, but once this movie finally got going, it was action-packed! Things I loved: seeing little baby versions of the TMNT, an impromptu beat box/rap session, and Will Arnett. More Will Arnett please! If you love TMNT and anything Michael Bay has ever done, you will have a great time!

Kirstin’s Review   3 of 5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been the movie everyone’s asking about because… well, quite frankly, no one knows what to think about it. TMNT is a difficult story to tell in live action, even with 2014 movie magic. It also has lots of long-time fans to make happy. That being said, here’s what I thought about the movie: it was very entertaining and had a lot of funny moments, topped with a loveable, surprise Will Arnett character! The action scenes are energetic and very well choreographed. I’m not sure how I feel about the story or character development, but let’s be honest, the original TMNT story’s pretty ridiculous anyway. Just go have fun and see it for yourself!

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Until next time…

Movie Reviews With The KORN Morning Show: “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

Light years from Earth, 26 years after being abducted Peter Quill finds himself the prime target of a manhunt after discovering an orb wanted by Ronan the Accuser.

Guardians of the Galaxy  is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review   4 of 5

Joanna will hate me for this, but I wasn’t as thrilled by it as she was.  Don’t get me wrong; it’s good, just not life-changing for me.  There’s a scene at the very beginning with some TERRIBLE makeup — in a mega-million-dollar feature film — that threw me off.  That said, it was much funnier than I expected, especially Bradley Cooper as Rocket.  Even though he only speaks a total of five different words in the entire movie, Vin Diesel has the most touching line of dialogue.  In the end, it’s big-screen, summer, blockbuster fun, which is exactly what it’s supposed to be.

Canary Keri’s Review 4 of 5

I really enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy. I loved the characters, especially Groot and Rocket! I think that it had a great story line and I love how the unlikely group came together. This movie is funny, touching and action packed all wrapped up in one great feature. This is a great movie for all ages, a definite must see to add to your end of summer to do list!

Joanna’s Review    5 0f 5

You will laugh, then you will cry. Then you will laugh lots more, shortly followed by more crying. But don’t worry, you will laugh even more after that! At least, that was my experience. This movie is perfection. If you’ve read other reviews that say this may be the best Marvel movie to date, believe them! The cast’s performances are unbelievably perfect, the story is meaningful, the MUSIC! and James Gunn, director of the film, is just a genius. Go see this movie ASAP, if you haven’t already seen it 83 times!  Also…Chris Pratt. ;)

Kirstin’s Review 5 0f 5

I absolutely loved it. Rocket Raccoon is one of the coolest characters I’ve ever seen on the big screen! Every character was likable and funny in their own way. The cinematography and special effects were first class. The acting was fantastic. The soundtrack was awesome and beautifully tied into the story. I’m a sucker for Marvel and superhero movies, and even competing with The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man, this is my most favorite yet! Seriously, I think Guardians Of the Galaxy is one of the best movies of 2014. I’m planning on going to see it again…

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Until next time…

Movie Reviews with the KORN Morning Show: “Lucy”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic.

Lucy is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review   2 of 5

It couldn’t decide between being a realistic action movie and a comic-book fantasy.  It IS visually stunning.  It should be seen on a big screen, but maybe wait until it hits the cheap seats.  ScarJo kicks butt and Morgan Freeman is always awesome.  Expect to leave the theater entertained but slightly confused.

Canary Keri’s Review   3 of 5

Keri agrees with Robb, Joanna and Kirstin. ;)

Joanna’s Review    3 of 5

I can’t tell you much after seeing this movie. Mainly because it took me a few minutes to be able to say actual words after it was over. Even now, I’m still trying to make sense of it. Here’s what I CAN tell you: Scarlett Johansson is flawless, there is not as much action as you want there to be and if cinematography is important to you, you will enjoy it! In a nutshell, I can’t decide if this movie is deep and thought-provoking or dumb. So go see it and find out for yourself!

Kirstin’s Review 3 of 5

Scarlette Jo always puts on a great performance, and I enjoy watching her kick butts and take names. It’s amazing to watch her go from a sniveling, terrified party girl to an emotion-less killing machine. That being said – the story is a little weird, dangling somewhere between a science fiction and action flick. Be ready for a weird, almost trippy cinematic experience with drops of badass Scarlette Johansson spritzed throughout.

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Until next time…Here’s another video that, like “Lucy”, will give you perspective on life…#ParksAndRecreation

Movie Reviews with The KORN Morning Show: “Sex Tape”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

A married couple wake up to discover that the sex tape they made the evening before has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts.

Sex Tape is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review   1 of 5

As someone who curses a lot in my regular life, I noticed they used the F word a LOT in this one.  I wasn’t ever offended but didn’t often see the point of using it.  It’s as if the movie exists only to be shocking.  There were a couple of good laughs — the company was the best part — but I wouldn’t recommend seeing it without a few friends and a few adult beverages. It’s not the worst movie I’ve ever seen, but it’s probably the worst movie I’ve seen so far this year.

Canary Keri’s Review   2 of 5

The commercials for the movie and the title let you know right from the start what the story line is all about, however there were several points during this movie that I found myself laughing out loud. This movie does have a realistic outlook on the ruts that marriage can fall into, I do appreciate that they are trying to find a way out of the rut instead of finding a way out of the marriage. I thought that Rob Lowe, Rob Corddry and Jack Black did a fantastic job in there supporting rolls.

Joanna’s Review    2 of 5

The plot is pretty straight forward. If you watch the trailer (conveniently located above), you see pretty much all you need to know plot-wise (add nudity and crazy Hangover-like Tom Foolery). BUT you do need to know that there are some fantastic cast surprises when it comes to supporting roles. I tend to favor male actors in films….. So of course I enjoyed everything Jason Segel did, Rob Corddry can do no wrong for me comically and I got the excited-squeals when Rob Lowe walked into frame. I can’t imagine seeing this movie by myself, so be sure gather a group of friends and go enjoy the funny together!

Kirstin’s Review 

…doesn’t exist because Rob Lowe’s handsome face was just too much to handle.

 

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Until next time…Here’s a picture of Rob Lowe a the premiere with a stuffed dog animal. Go see the movie to find out why this picture exists ;)

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Movie Reviews with the KORN Morning Show: “Tammy”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

After losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, a woman hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother.

Tammy is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review

…doesn’t exist because he’s having vacation shenanigans.

Canary Keri’s Review   4 of 5

First of all I Love, Love, Love the cast!! I enjoy the humor of Melissa McCarthy, throw in Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Ben Falcone and the surprise (to me, at least) appearance of Dan Aykroyd as Tammy’s Dad!!! What an amazing cast!! This movie definitely had me laughing out loud at so many points during the show and one particular scene that I found myself going from one extreme to another in my emotional spectrum. I have to agree with Kirsten and give credit to the fabulous soundtrack for “Tammy”!!

Joanna’s Review    3 of 5

There were so many things I loved about this movie! If I were to choose a cast from a movie to hang out with, I would most certainly consider the cast from “Tammy”.  As the opening credits rolled, I squealed with glee every time another great actor’s name popped up on the screen. If you love Melissa McCarthy you will laugh throughout the entire movie, as I did. I adore her! And I especially love seeing her and husband Ben, director of the film, doing comedic ad-libbed scenes together. While this isn’t my new favorite comedy, I DID find it pretty darn funny. Sorry to everyone who was in the theater and had to listen to me giggle for 96 minutes. ;)

Kirstin’s Review   3 of 5

I’m new to Melissa McCarthy’s work but just like everybody else I find her hilarious and relate-able. “Tammy” might be just another lovable loser flick, but it’s refreshing to see something other than a super model down on her luck, looking for love in all the wrong places. “Tammy” is a very genuine story of a woman who doesn’t quite know what she is or where she’s going, she’s just blindly looking for something, anything, other than her terrible life. “Tammy” takes a bit of patience for someone that’s new to the Melissa McCarthy humor formula, but the funny moments are FUNNY and it’s well worth the adjustment!

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