There's good here for kids and complexities for adults.
People don't walk down the street with a patch over one eye and say, "Oh, my life is so much better now that I live my life in 2D."
Edge of Tomorrow becomes as viciously enthralling as its premise is alluring
... there is almost nothing in I, Frankenstein worthy of attention.
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.
Captain America's follow through, free from the restraints of origin stories, is an absolute thriller.
Godzilla is an imperfect blockbuster about a perfect American military butting up against three massive natural anomalies who also happen to be a box office draw.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 can't decide on which way is forward.
This is a film of growth, even if Rio 2 exhibits little of its own internally.
Structurally, comparisons to 300 are dazzling in their sameness.
Lego Movie is inexplicably genius.
Predator is foremost an indestructible Schwarzenegger vehicle, casting the political Austrian for his mass and ability to shout, “Choppa.”