Trying too hard to earn sympathy, Alamo Bay makes a firm statement against anti-Asian bigotry but does so via overwritten leads.
Tag: Ed Harris
Stephen King produces and writes the screenplay for this mostly faithful adaptation of The Stand, even if the apocalyptic setting is limited by a television budget.
More Like Depression Staying The New York of 2005 is a perfect setting for this dry indie from the new millennium. New York looks mournful and tired. So do …
Gerard Butler’s Stormy Season Full disclosure: This Blu-ray was provided to us for review. This has not affected the editorial process. For information on how we handle review material, …
Runny German cinematographer Martin Ruhe must adore elevated trains. There are more of them in his Run All Night than characters. They are a New York staple, but Run …
For Planes, there now exists a sense of purpose.
Snowpiercer is created with the mindset of surface and deeper level metaphors.
Disaster movie maven Irwin Allen would be astonished by this exhilarating display of cinematic wrath.
Sweetwater primarily works due to a gritty performance from January Jones and a solid script.
Everyone has their talents, and for Floridians Doyle, Lugo, and Doorbal, it wasn't their brains.
Ed Harris delivers yet another solid acting performance as an aging submarine captain, a role perfectly suited for his talents.
Man on a Ledge has a triumphant quality: it's camera work.