Kevin Hart's screechy Ben Barber is a chewed up Eddie Murphy spliced back together with Chris Tucker parts.
Note: Arrow’s Region B locked Blu-ray of Blind Woman’s Curse is available from their website. Blind Woman’s Curse is an interesting Japanese film from 1970. It goes by a number of different names in Eng...
The Stuff is a B-movie through and through, even the actors give their performances with a wink-wink nod towards the audience.
Nut Job's peppy 70 or so minutes manages to entertain, with enough positive messaging to break it from the labeling of total throwaway.
Character separation is lost in a rush of commonplace, square jawed anime design tropes
Dueling Danny's in Trejo and Glover turn this clunker into something... well, it's something.
Unlike the kooky spin of Last Vegas which charmed through its gentle retiree feud, Grudge Match is out for blood, and spill blood it will.
The running theme of Boardwalk is the anti-Semitism by the merciless street gang, directed against elderly residents in predominantly once Jewish neighborhoods.
Director Stephen Frears depicts an often uncomfortable if effortlessly charming back-and-forth scuffle.
Scorsese has fashioned an epic tale of drug-fueled greed and the excesses of Wall Street.
If one has any interest in British mysteries, they already know this particular adaption of Poirot is considered in a class by itself.
Purcell's career deserves better than this lackluster mash-up of medieval fantasy and Euro thriller.