If it's pedestrian to say that Bay's latest directorial example of hyper real, financial egotism is merely a bunch of robots shooting each other, sorry. It just is.
Ghostbusters II is smart, just not as smart.
This is bold network television while staying completely true to Arrow's comic book origins.
Toho's forceful re-establishment of their icon is a divided victory.
Captain America's follow through, free from the restraints of origin stories, is an absolute thriller.
This accidental dud wiggles into classic status – cult classic anyway – but for Megalon, that’s more than it could ask for.
The Vampire Diaries is the best kept secret on television.
Season nine is probably the strongest season since Supernatural's classic years, featuring a back-to-basics approach touching on its best elements.
The entertainment value is inexplicably genuine.
In execution, Kindergarten Cop is stupidly successful.
Branded To Kill is a delirious masterpiece of surrealistic Japanese filmmaking.
This is highly watchable serialized storytelling.