The story is purportedly based on true events, though Hollywood has proven so callous with that term as to render it meaningless.
Hoffa is an entertaining look at one of the 20th Century's most fascinating public figures, headlined by sharp performances and deft direction.
Magical Mystery Tour is not a great film by any means, but the staying power of the music itself overcomes the sheer banality of the story and dialog.
Its first season here was one of the most compelling seasons on television in the past decade.
It's not a coincidence that HBO canceled this series after only two seasons on the air.
This is competent entertainment, particularly for genre fans that don't mind the tamer standards of pyrotechnics and warfare on film from the eighties.
How it's presented, animated, and colored is across the board brilliant, the end product of animation geniuses in their prime.
Half of the fun of A Bug’s Life does not come from the story, but from the environments. All of them are filled with imaginative ways bugs would carry on their lives, assuming they had human-like intelligence. As Flick (...
Pixar can do no wrong when they take inanimate objects and spring them to life. Cars is the next in line after their resounding success with Toy Story and Toy Story 2. While it’s not as funny nor does it carry the wide a...