Hoosiers elements work because you don't realize they're working.
Missing In Action 2 is not only one of the best movies in the vast filmography of Chuck Norris, but one of the best action movies of its era.
This is competent entertainment, particularly for genre fans that don't mind the tamer standards of pyrotechnics and warfare on film from the eighties.
Action fans will be enormously satisfied to see Chuck Norris work his magic in a military setting.
The film tries desperately to make Robocop cool in the face of all these absurdities.
This is a technical achievement if nothing else.
The revelation Forbidden Planet provides is staggering, completely unexpected and even out of place.
Hot Tub survives on its nostalgia, and if you think screaming, “Wolverines!” is some sort of comic book or college football reference, you're going to miss a lot of what is funny here.
This is hardly a straightforward war effort, the Nazis playing more of a bit part in international espionage.
Director Brian G. Hutton is able to blend that humor into the dramatic, utilizing timing and care to ensure the mixture works.
The film chooses not to skewer the Star Wars films alone, but their industry impact.
Mr. Funktastic. That is an actual character in Bulletproof Monk, played by Marcus Jean Piare. He has a group of pickpockets working for him, although how a group of street kids actually find “Mr. Funktastic” in anyway do...