Planes is a stroke of genuine genius arguably... no, not arguably. It is one of the sharpest written and strongly acted comedies to ever see production.
If there's one thing to say for The Dude and his crew, it's that they're never boring.
"They took everything, even the stuff we didn't steal."
Hollywood's dollars can't compensate for the sterilized ramblings of this script
When the time comes, 36th Chamber is loaded with glorious '70s martial arts, captured in lengthy takes on wonderful, well constructed sets.
Kites can look great, the drenched neon Vegas scenes that build the romance gorgeous, and the style all Bollywood.
The Arrival dumps the usual Hollywood cliches, substituting guns and explosions for some shaky science and gloriously overdone murder attempts.
Tremors is just flat out fun, maybe one of the best horror/comedies ever made.
It is a grand send-off to one of the most well-constructed Hollywood trilogies, that rare event where every sequel is given enough time, care, and attention to work.
It's that fast pace, focus on effects, and convoluted bit of storytelling that drags this sequel down from its predecessor.
Days, months, and years could be taken to discuss the nuances of Back to the Future's time travel, and they have actually.
This week, Seen in HD continues its ranting-styled tone...