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.
This is too often fan service and less of a film for it, over eager like an excited child.
Twenty years ago if you said, “That guy from Mallrats will make the best CIA movie of the 2000s,” you would have been called crazy.
We always remember the trendsetters, and once in a while, they stay relevant, even with 85 years of advances
Rises' greatest asset is how direct of a line it has towards its goals and how precise it stays on that path.
The Campaign is inspired casting, and pacing that doesn't have a minute to lose.
After a week off to play catch up on my end, Seen in HD begins with probably the biggest story in media this year: Star Wars and Disney
Rarely does Wrath tumble into sluggishness, a brisk 90-minutes passing by without so much as blinking before another action sequence sprints into view.
This is the ultimate junk food for a generation raised on social networking and cell phones.
Shadows is in no rush to one-up its predecessor, now a smaller film weened on the vintage than an eclectic mix of destructive action.
The whole thing is a giant excuse for egregious 3D effects, overblown and popping through the screen with such force, it's a wonder they even allowed it shown in 2D.
... the fifth bonus disc with additional content that will make you wonder why Warner didn't simply include this content on the movies themselves.