WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Dennis Moore is talked about what's new in theaters and the summer of sequels.
"Fast and Furious 6" may not be anything new but Morris says, "Don't worry about the dialogue. Don't worry about the story. 400 cars [were] destroyed for $10 million."
He added, "It's all about action ... tanks, cars, cars flying out of the front of airplanes. People going out of their sunroofs into another car. It's great fun."
We have another sequel whose creators say it's over after this one: "The Hangover Part III."
"I'm not advocating that you get drunk in Las Vegas but this movie was a lot funnier when they did. They don't spend as much time in Vegas. They spend more time in Tiajuana tracking down Mr. Chow, who is stealing money from someone else. It just has lost the edge," shared Morris.
Asked whether Melissa McCarthy adds anything to the mix, Morris replied, "She should have been a star. Too small of a role. She could have saved it."
There's a family film called "Epic." It's visually stunnign and Morris told us, "It's ironic to be called Epic because the little girl is reduced to about that size. The good men fly around. Queen Latifah is the good witch."
The little girl is like a super hero. "That's a trend among animated films. It goes back to Brave where she was saving the kingdom ... it's empowering for young women. If you have a family, want to entertain them this weekend, go to this film," said Morris.