Separated from the politics of the war itself, Hurt Locker follows a "day in the life" and mental toll of American soldiers determined to do a job,
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Guy Pearce takes over First Snow to contemplate life and mistakes, but it's not engaging to actually watch.
Bloodshot doesn't want to consider the ethical quagmire behind its story, so aims its attention on hokey action scenes instead.
Asking Who We Are – Without Answers Marc Streitenfeld composes a masterful theme for Prometheus. Violins rise, evoking a feeling of wonderment, discovery, and emotional excitement. There’s none of …
More like the spy was a catcher, but still “You’re an unusual man, Mr. Berg,” says Jeff Daniels to a potential American spy, aging Red Sox catcher Moe Berg. …
Iron Man 3 may not be fond of risks, although it adores the chance to throw its audience off.
Despite measured success in the battle of the sexes and languid pacing, Lawless is a great story.
Wanting more, even if its carried by a shameless piece of sequel baiting in the closing moments, is never a sign of leaving a film with negative connotations
It's easy to envision someone like Paul Veerhoven tackling the concept, turning it into a ripping on the modern prison and political systems, but Lockout isn't that daring.
Don't Be Afraid leaves audiences with a sour taste, and everything before that was bitter.
Mortensen is on the edge, obsessed with keeping his son alive, although even he seems to question why.
Traitor is the latest in a line of “war on terror” films, following excellent titles such as The Kingdom. Thankfully, Traitor is superb in its own right, easy to …