Brought to life by Marlon Brando in a performance that would have won the OSCAR for a lesser actor, Viva Zapata! is the story of Emiliano Zapata, the legendary Mexican revolutionary. Noted director Elia Kazan works off a...
It is high time to retire this messy franchise, or at least place someone else at its helm.
Brubaker is more hit than miss on the whole, but leans heavily on Redford's performance as a crusading reformer instead of a compelling story arc.
Oranges is too grounded to approach the topic so breezily.
Silver Linings plays to its oddball strengths, keeping itself propped on its highs, rarely celebrating the lows.
Cue 90-minutes of listening to people who never shut up in an enclosed space while being completely oblivious to each others needs.
Beverly Hills music producer Raymond Saxx (Goran Visnjic) wakes up in a drug-induced haze inside a jail, with little memory of how he got there or why he has been incarcerated. A mistake in his processing occurs and he i...
Texas Chainsaw will eventually reveal its goal: Humanizing Leatherface
Delhi Safari is a pastiche of other movies, from The Lion King to the latest films by Pixar.
This contemporary noir finale is shot in close, battling with words, not guns.
So much of the film is unrelentingly vile and sadistic as to be wholly unappealing.
It is more a set-up for a TV comedy than serious drama, so over produced and glossy as to reject any sensibility of authenticity.