Scream 2 still shows some creative life as it mocks itself as much as the genre's sequel norms.
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Summarizing Nukes It’s unnerving how unusually prescient the Jack Ryan films tend be. Not long after 9/11, as nations stood on alert for Middle Eastern terrorists, Sum of All …
Sparring and Brawling with Sean William Scott The subtitle, Last of the Enforcers, rings true; it’s true for hockey as the sport moves toward finesse play. That means pushing …
Bring on the 6th to end it The ludicrous use of teen fiction in The 5th Wave hinges on a twist. It comes late – near the end as …
Director John Turturro has crafted a delicate, touching portrait of two characters shedding their emotional baggage.
Any fun which can be sucked from this planetary romp has been mutilated by an overrun of zombiefied pop culture.
It's a dumb, burly flick that takes the classic hockey sentiment to heart: “I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out.”
Kate & Leopold is harmless fluff if nothing else, created to pander to an audience who finds the idea of Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman hooking up irresistible.
Scream 3 still has energy, the chase sequences are fun, and the bumbling killer remains enjoyable.
What Salt seems like is not what Salt is.
It doesn't have the draw, or the science, to really become absorbing.
It's a wonderfully dark, twisted look at a possible future, where the repo men believe in what they are doing despite the death.