A clever twist on both war and sci-fi, Edge of Tomorrow still looks spectacular amid a brainy, entertaining concept.
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Looper's inventive chase movie mechanics drop in a sci-fi twist that's effective in building a personal drama.
Passably old fashioned while drenched in modern visual effects, Jungle Cruise is little more than acceptable, one-off escapism trying to recapture Disney's Pirates gold.
A smart approach to storytelling keeps A Quiet Place II focused on family, then pushing greater action and tension on top of it.
Shh… Without the typical genre conventions, A Quiet Place rewrites the rules of cinema horror. No drunken teens, no classless characters; rather, A Quiet Place focuses on the family …
… It’s 89 days into a hostile takeover by sound-sensitive creatures as A Quiet Place begins. Birds are gone. All of them. There’s not a single chirp passing in …
Edge of Tomorrow becomes as viciously enthralling as its premise is alluring
You can take much away from Looper, whether it is pulpy entertainment or the rules of time.
Engagement never loses sight of those comedic roots even as its narrative shifts into a heavier dramatic tone.
Adjustment Bureau is brilliant fiction, taken from a Phillip K. Dick short story and then expanded into this spectacular, nerve-racking, crowd cheering pleaser that does just about everything right.
Garden gnomes? Alive? And at war? So, it's a half-baked Pixar idea that ended up tossed to the side and picked up by someone else? Gotcha.
Gulliver's Travels never finds a spark or a wit, just an endless mountain of visual effects that make you wish miniatures were still in heavy use so you could …