Potential for wackiness or off-the-wall ideas come tumbling around this tepidly minded comedic fall.
Identity Thief is a movie of aggression, unfriendly and vicious with the expectation that audiences will accept the material as harmless slapstick.
Warm Bodies is too self-aware to stop being wholly entertaining, merely disappointing.
Seen in HD took a two-week hiatus, and the show makes up for the loss with a near two hour extravaganza of E3 talk, keynote rundown, and debate. Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft all took their respective stages (some less s...
Anatomy turns from a taut thriller with an air of mystery, toward a fairly predictable story about a psychotic killer.
Dead Mine lacks a creative name, but the movie itself is a highly-polished independent production that competes very successfully with the latest Hollywood thrillers.
The glorious epic attempts to digest too many pivotal events in its purview, far too frequently using the incredible set design to replace elements of a coherent story.
Producers is loud. It screams into the camera, boisterous activity pouring from the script that can escape the confines of its lightly dated facade.
Movies are rarely this preposterous... or this ambitious.
This is excitement through egregious violence, vicious and uncouth for the PG-13.
Reloaded brandishes baseless nudity, hardened violence, and all-around brutish attitudes that play no heed to the lunacy of the storyline.
At a length of 90 minutes, the film feels unnecessarily padded out and overstays its welcome by the conclusion.