Tag: Dreamworks

Norbit Review

This will save time. The joke in Norbit is this: Rasputia is fat. That’s it. The joke. The sole basis for this entire movie. To be fair, credit is …

The Heartbreak Kid Review

When going into a Farrelly Brothers comedy, you can expect some hefty gross-out humor. In the case of The Heartbreak Kid, it delivers in that sense. Unfortunately, it leaves …

Tropic Thunder Review

For a movie all about being inside Hollywood, and the ridiculous inner-workings of it all, Tropic Thunder never loses its audience, or forgets to laugh at itself. This low-brow, …

Monsters vs. Aliens Review

From the perspective of a classic sci-fi fan, Monsters vs. Aliens nails it. From the opening Dreamworks logo which references Earth vs. the Flying Saucers to the Mothra-loaded finale, …

Madagascar Review

Thanks to a solid stable of voice talent, Madagascar is able to overcome its mundane plotting and generic concept to become a fun, lively animated movie. Dreamworks animation can …

Bee Movie Review

Bee Movie offers a mixed bag of kids animation, both in terms of its look and plotting. It has some great sight gags, funny zingers, and a few decent …

Kung Fu Panda Review

Breaking the trend for animated films featuring furry creatures in impossible scenarios, Kung Fu Panda drops the usual array of pop culture references for superb comedic timing and original …

The Ruins Review

Creepy and intense, The Ruins isn’t particularly original, but it’s loaded with thrills. The direction is fantastic, cinematography at times jaw-dropping, and the psychological aspects gripping. The Ruins is …

Eagle Eye Review

Since when did technology become the latest enemy in Hollywood? Live Free Die Hard had it working against the populace, Enemy of the State used it freely, Wall-E blamed …