THE COMMUTER || What basically looks like Liam Neeson’s film “Non-Stop,” which was on a plane, “The Commuter” puts him on a train, this time racing against the clock to find someone on the train while a Vera Farmiga threatens him and his family for some reason (“Taken,” anyone?).
PADDINGTON 2 || Paddington the bear is back and despite the amazing reviews for the film and nominations for it rising up during the BAFTAs this week, I still have not seen the first one and do not really plan on seeing this one, where apparently Paddington goes to jail.
PROUD MARY || Taraj P. Henson may have been a believable assassin but in “Proud Mary” she simply just does not pull it off. The entire script it contrived, the action is dull to non-existent, and none of the acting, across the board is anything above a cardboard performance with dull reads and uninspired choices.