The fresh hook is insight and commentary provided by current business icons like Donald Trump and Mark Cuban.
Hard Core Logo 2 is not unwatchable by any means, but it misses the superior characters and acting performances found in Hard Core Logo.
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.
Striking photography can (and will) be marred by needless visual effects, attempting to heighten the 3D effects Rescue was sold on.
Rockwell is unlikely to convert any new fans, but current fans of these artists will find the concert an entertaining diversion.
This is not a throwaway show tossed off by bored musicians, but a band at the peak of their powers
For a family-approved documentary, it's willing to go into topics the family might not like to discuss.
Despite battering the movie going populace with messages of poaching and deforestation, the heart of Born to Be Wild's story lies in the arms of two women.
While blasé to any Greek historian, casual viewers are likely to be sucked into these bronze-era stories.
The format necessitates a speedy resolution, breezing by topics of women, the advance of technology, and the slowly unraveling ways of old as a new generation moves into the cities.
There are no failed shots, some remarkable in their luck, including a series of sunset vistas that are amongst the best ever captured.
It's carefully constructed to somehow make it a subtle in-your-face piece, enthusiastic about the concept yet rarely demeaning.