‘Lego The Incredibles’ is another piece in the colossal set that is the Lego series of games, and while certain mechanics and a Pixar paint job do a lot to keep things from going stale, there just isn’t enough there to be worth a full-priced release. If you’re a fan of ‘The Incredibles’ or have kids who can’t get enough of building bricks and caped crusaders, then feel free to grab this one. Otherwise, you’re better off picking up another game in the series with more content and variety than this one. Overall, it may be fun, but this game’s capes don’t cut it.
Show Dogs is one of the worst examples of condescending family entertainment this reviewer has seen in a long time. With extremely low production values and extremely shoddy writing, it is extremely hard to recommend to anyone who doesn’t feel nostalgic for an age of film making where movies like this were seen as tent pole films for studios across the board. However, if you have a sweet tooth for schlock like this and/or have younger family members who have an affinity for dogs… you’re still better off watching Air Bud and its cosmic smorgasbord of sequels.
If you’re looking for a juicy piece of cinema to hold you over until the summer movie season starts up, 'Rampage' isn’t for you. However, if you’re a fan of things like the 'Sharknado' franchise or enjoy watching bad movies, it’s not a bad pick. It’s cheesy, it’s almost pulpy, and a perfect entry in the endless series of movies featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in a jungle wearing what seems to be the only shirt he owns. Wait for the home release, though.