Charlie Hunnam is always a pleasure to look at, even if critics pan ‘Legend of the Sword’.

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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. War/Drama. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDb pro-rating 7. A 28% score from Rotten Tomatoes. Directed by Guy Ritchie, who also helped pen the script with Lionel Wagram and Joby Harold. Charlie Hunnam plays King Arthur, who has been denied his rightful position as King by an evil Uncle (Jude Law). Growing up scrappy, he learns of his rightful position when he removes the sword from the stone and fights to gain the throne. Also stars Eric Bana, Rob Knighton, and Djimon Hounsou.

Snatched. Comedy. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 3.9 with a 35% approval on Rotten Tomatoes. Yikes! Amy Schumer should stick to writing her own scipts. Written by Katie Dippold and directed by Jonathan Levine, a great opportunity with legendary comic Goldie Hawn as Amy Schumer’s mom. Recently dumped from her boyfriend, she decides to take her Mom on the already paid for vacation. What could go wrong?

The Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. Young Adult Comedy. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 3.9 with 20% satisfaction on Rotten Tomatoes.When a young boy learns he has to spend his vacation traveling with his family to visit a sick relative, he is less than thrilled, untli he learns it will give him access to a convention where his favorite YouTube personality will be attending. Directed by David Bowers, it stars Alicia Silverstone, Charlie Wright, Tom Everett Scott and Jason Drucker.

The Dinner. Drama. DVD. IMDB prorating 4.7 with 50% approval score from Rotten Tomatoes. Two couples go out to dinner and have conversations about death, taxes and growing old. I guess they thought the fantastic ensemble cast could make this float. Directed by Oren M. Overman, it stars Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan, Chloe Sevigney, and Rebecca Hall.

Wolves. Drama. DVD. Blue-Ray. A young boy is a star basketball player, and it looks like his future is bright with a scholarship and big schools looking at him, but his drunken selfish father, a noted writer, can’t help being obnoxious and jeopardizing his sons chances for success. Starring my favorite actor for playing not nice people, Michael Shannon, with Carla Cugino, Taylor John Smith, Chris Bauer and Jessica Rothenberg.

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