The Grandmaster is a martial arts movie more akin to ballet than UFC match, a stunning tour de force of poetic movement that raises the bar for the entire genre.
Jungle Book is soaked with color and infinite energy, even overactive as the piece pushes from one set piece to the next.
The film barely hides the sitcom seams which bore the concept. But, that's Harry's relaxed approach.
It's a lighthearted romp that doesn't have the depth or comedy of Brass's other offerings.
As the plot clips along in both the present and James' past, the formula becomes too apparent.
A big hit at the box office in 1962, the sword-and-sandal mini-epic holds up reasonably well.
Ender's Game becomes a film which is both too fast and too slow, projecting cliff notes in a rush to embellish screens with dizzying zero gravity training spectacles.
This is a quiet and unassuming film, growing on the back of Bill Conti's marvelous, timeless score.
This is an erotic comedy with a bigger focus on sex than the comedy.
Counselor's reliance on McCarthy's subversiveness is criminal considering how outmoded some plot developments are.
Patchwork comedy is delightful and the zany 3D antics are enough to stuff the face of any passionate child fanbase
During the production of Hurricane on the Bayou, a film meant as wetland conservation, Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana sending producers scrambling to impart experiences of the storm. Thus, this IMAX feature shifted ...