A clumsier entry, Star Trek III tells a fantastic story continuation, but lacks urgency in the narrative to convey the desperation of these characters.
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While overly patient to a fault, Star Trek's first turn toward feature length captures the franchise's central themes.
Exhausting in its pacing, Hitman's Bodyguard's Wife still brings the ridiculous laughs, pushed primarily by a vulgar Salma Hayek.
Optimus Prime memorably sacrifices his life battling Megatron in the epic Transformers: The Movie.
Children of the Corn worked in the context of its time, and isn't without relevance now, but is a shoestring horror production lacking in thrills.
An arduous, confusing narrative disaster, Dune's success lies entirely on its masterful effects and bold visual designs.
Asinine, ridiculous, and infinitely fun, G.I. Joe Retaliation better gets the brand than the previous film.
Lost between paying tribute to a toy line and playing to modern military action, Rise of Cobra never finds its tone.
Scott Pilgrim's message about earning self-confidence is likely lost amid the references and visuals, but it's too fun to care.
A wonderfully conceived moral quandary is The Final Countdown's highlight, but is dimmed by some Cold War bravado and recruiting-focused action.
Quirky, bizarre, and lurid, Cat O' Nine Tails drags through a lengthy murder investigation with an eclectic set of characters.
Nobody is utter nonsense and better for it, mocking the masculine fantasy of middle class dads turning into death-dealing home protectors.