Hudson Hawk is a movie about a cup of coffee. Released from prison, Hudson Hawk (Bruce Willis) spills his first cup in the car and his second – in a fancy bar – is shot out from under him. Thus begins his que...
You can take much away from Looper, whether it is pulpy entertainment or the rules of time.
The top-notch cast of veteran supporting actors makes the film more enjoyable than it should be.
It's remarkable how high a body count can rise without repetition settling in.
Maybe there's something here for the growing Josh Duhamel fan base, playing off his usual roles for something with a sadistic side
So much of Catch .44 feels wasted, extended dialogue never carrying the charm, wit, or story telling ability of what it's trying to emulate.
Bruce Willis as a mob boss who owns the streets of Detroit? Yeah, that's okay.
Red is the type of movie that needs a core group of actors who love the content and the script they're performing.
Most of the film seems like an attempt to turn Tracy Morgan into Chris Tucker from Rush Hour with the same agonizing result.
This is brain-dead cinema, where the fast and loose science is just sort of there in an attempt to stop people from thinking too long.
Energetic pacing (the film does not reach 90-minutes) keeps the intrigue moving steadily forward, while only partially tapping into the potential of the concept.
Following up his Oscar nominated Sixth Sense, M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable is easily his second best film. His follow-ups have been less than stellar, especially The Village and Signs. Unbreakable has a style all its...