Knights is bound and determined to entertain, and in the end, plays it ridiculously safe.
Chan flips kicks the piece to success, towering over the hackneyed familiarity of the cliche-riddled script with wildly kooky fight scenes.
Lincoln is never compelled to rush, and although that will lose some of the potential audience in dated dialects or mannerisms, authenticity is appreciated.
As engaging as the writing can be, the film feels like it's losing its way, disconnected from where it began.
Peter Pan is a story about staying young and never growing up, sort of like those people who sit at home reviewing Blu-rays.
Frankenweenie takes some challenging swings at the kids, asking them to handle heavy material between all of the laughs.
Ten years out, Nemo remains one of Pixar's most instantly astonishing works.
Phil and I return with a smaller show in the news department
Here's awaiting the Cinderella sequel wherein the lead takes hold of a bow and headshots her evil stepmother.
Seen in HD's super silver anniversary show (?) kicks off with a little news, but ends up being a super heavy review show.
Dripping with bountiful beauty and memorable side characters, Cinderella only falters in the face of impenetrable, hindsight greatness - Beauty and the Beast.
It's a calculated, precise piece of popcorn art, the type that defines the term “summer blockbuster,” and possibly redefines it.