War Horse might be the most artificial piece of cinema Steven Spielberg has ever made.
What it lacks in snappiness it makes up for with charms, or at least charms beyond those adorable kitten eyes.
Hollywood made a movie about Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots, and it's good. Really good. The Mayans were right; we're all screwed.
It's no secret The Help knows when to swell that majestic score or zoom on a tear.
The film has fun with itself, the writing self-aware and pushing past the vanilla, “Vampires exist?” conversations to plant itself into the thick of it.
I Am Number Four is banal fiction, dreadfully boring with its wide expanses of exposition, all needless given the simplicity.
Credit to Megamind for holding firm and delivering a couple of fun twists at the end, stuff that isn't easily seen beforehand.
We're too nice for a movie like this, or at least that's how we perceive ourselves in the movies
Something about Madagascar 2 feels forced and dry. The opening segment of a young Alex being taken from his family to be put on display in the Bronx Zoo, …
At the very least the series is ending on a high note, even if that note isn't quite as high as it once was.
Okay Hollywood, you win. It is actually possible to make anything cute via animation.
Director Peter Jackson wants The Lovely Bones to be more than a missing child/murder mystery... That all fails… miserably.