Tag: Isla Fisher

Tag Blu-ray Review

Stephen King’s It, but a Different It Tag is filled with outright idiocy. Most of what happens is implausible. In order to avoid being “it,” a group of middle …

Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray Review

Nighttime People Tom Ford directs a despondent, distant, and certainly indulgent thematic drama in Nocturnal Animals, a film too heady, too obvious, and too morose for its own good …

The Brothers Grimsby Review

Memories of the elephant Spoofing Bond remains in vogue. Paul Fieg did so in Spy, and in pops Brothers Grimsby, which lays into the genre with an additional layer …

Rango Review

Rango just ups and lets itself breathe, giving space to develop ideas and take in the virtually created scenery.

Confessions of a Shopaholic Review

Rebecca Bloomwood needs help. No, scratch that. She needs an intervention. Women love to shop, but this woman is flat out psychotic about it, getting into physical altercations with …

The Lookout Review

Instead of diving in to the eventual bank heist, The Lookout spends 40 minutes building its characters before the idea of a robbery is brought into the script. Headed …