Extreme in its deserving R-rating, H&G runs with its audacious attitude via increasingly vicious witch dispatching sessions.
Scripting perfection that makes Ghostbusters one of the finest, sharpest pieces of escapist entertainment ever committed to film
For all of its remarkably idiotic plot devices, Spiders has quite the raucous finish, stupidly energetic as it delivers the one thing anyone expects from a movie like this.
A late gun fight has a guy backed into a corner shooting in the wrong direction as Austin makes a charge with a surgical table as cover.
Creativity is on display, and the film is quite beautiful, but it smacks of tired scripting that follows a direct path into the arms of cliches.
Glossy as it is with superior flight effects and sublime editing, Top Gun cannot overcome its lack of genuine brains.
Tosh is an equal-opportunity offender willing to cross any sense of decorum for a laugh.
The film throws money at a problem it doesn't know how to solve.
Ten years out, Nemo remains one of Pixar's most instantly astonishing works.
Here's awaiting the Cinderella sequel wherein the lead takes hold of a bow and headshots her evil stepmother.
It's dry, diluted, and depressing, but most importantly, not all that entertaining; it's just stupid
It's an all encompassing shakedown of the system, and an exhilarating story.