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: 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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Front Row at the Movies: Logan

Is ‘Logan’ Jackman’s adieu to Wolverine?

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Tropic Sprockets: 20th Century Women

Mike Mills' latest "20th Century Women" is a character study as much as it is a time capsule of 1979. Rich in period detail, music and color, the film boasts solid performances by Annette Bening and newcomer Lucas Jade Zumann.

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Front Row at the Movies: 20th Century Women

Writer-director Mike Mills recalls growing up in a household of women: “In my life, the people who really had an impact on me, who showed me how to be me, were all women.” He describes his new film -- “20th Century Women,” now playing at Tropic Cinema -- as a “love letter” to the women who raised him.

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Oscar Contenders Line Up At Tropic: Week of February 10-17

Start marking off the days on your calendar. Oscars are near.

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Front Row at the Movies: Mumford & Sons, Live from South Africa

Mumford & Sons has been premiering the resulting concert film -- “Live From South Africa: Dust And Thunder” -- in selected cinemas worldwide. It is showing Tuesday February 7th at Tropic Cinema.

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