Movie Reviews

Get the latest movie reviews from our in-house critics, Shirrel Rhoades and Ian Brockway. You’ll also find reviews from film festivals and advance screening movies. Do you have what it takes to be a Guest movie reviewer? Send us your review to info@TropicCinema.com for approval and maybe you’ll earn a spot!

Tropic Sprockets: Boss Baby

Suffice to say, this is not your average adorable infant. Imaginative Timmy is driven to get to the bottom of things.

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Tropic Sprockets: Kong: Skull Island

Just travelling to the island is a nightmare when the crew encounters a malevolent storm. But when the destination arrives, it is Paradise.

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Tropic Sprockets: The Zookeeper’s Wife

Despite its convention, "The Zookeeper's Wife" does shed light on the Warsaw Zoo (which still remains today) as it was in its time of darkness. Let us hope we never see the horrid likes of Dr. Lutz Heck and his constipated face ever again.

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Front Row at the Movies: Personal Shopper

Maureen had a twin brother who died at 27, leaving her alone in a meaningless world. She’s morose over this abandonment, and spends nights in a lonely house outside the city where he used to live, trying to contact his departed spirit.

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Front Row at the Movies: Song to Song

Gosling and Rooney are two aspiring musicians who have an on-and-off love affair. Fassbender is the oily, always smiling record producer in the mix. And Portman is the waitress the egocentric producer marries, only to ruin her life.

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Tropic Sprockets: A Sense of An Ending

As a young man (played by Billy Howle) Tony is a shy university student who meets the spontaneous photographer Veronica (Freya Mavor) and becomes a very close friend to a charismatic fellow student, the existentialist Adrian Finn (Joe Alwyn). Tony likes Veronica but she grows distant and both decide to break the relationship.

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Tropic Sprockets: John Wick; Chapter 2

The action binds you like a garrote and does not let go. Reeves slinks through each scene like a lethal living sculpture and he is once again, perfectly cast.

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Tropic Sprockets: A Dog’s Purpose

Most everyone agrees that dogs have a special place in the human heart. Each dog is unique to us, as we in turn are unique in their eyes. A bond is formed and shared. This is a very true and magical reality.

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Tropic Sprockets: Land Of Mine

A true story of a very young group of German POWs forced to find and diffuse thousands of land mines on a Danish beach after WWII.

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Front Row at the Movies: Get Out

‘Get Out’ draws you in

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