Gambling a life away Jim Bennett wants out, out from everything. His posh suits. His English professor job. Getting away from his debts and into a new life. That …
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If it's pedestrian to say that Bay's latest directorial example of hyper real, financial egotism is merely a bunch of robots shooting each other, sorry. It just is.
Historically, the process is interesting. As a cinematic narrative, Monuments slowly erodes itself without direction
This series hates animals. Molesting a tiger in the first, getting a monkey addicted to cigarettes in the second, and slaughtering a giraffe in the opening of Hangover III, …
Monsters University pulls away unscathed, a sterling follow-up which charms the charmers with charming charm charm
Kronk isn't so much in a groove as much as he is jumbled and stepping on his own feet as he slips into flashback.
New Groove is infinitely better than its parent company will give it credit for.
Twenty years ago if you said, “That guy from Mallrats will make the best CIA movie of the 2000s,” you would have been called crazy.
Trying to dissect some of the technical stop motion achievements is grounds for a headache.
Loud is beautifully framed and tinted with raw emotion that doesn't have enough energy to saturate the entire piece.
Red State's ending begins to question what's right and wrong, the line that was moments ago clear, severed by some of Kevin Smith's best work.
If there's one thing to say for The Dude and his crew, it's that they're never boring.