Frodo's heroism succeeds among Return of the King's endless fighting - and yet he never kills anything himself, a true pacifist's fable.
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The Two Towers is an unusually optimistic middle chapter, imperfect, if ensuring Frodo is a notable, memorable hero.
While time sapped the visual effect's prowess, at its heart, The Fellowship of the Ring maintains its raw fantasy, and works in the now as it did when first …
Silent Fall holds some merit as an isolated murder mystery, but it's utterly deflated by a ridiculous, implausible twist.
Cynical and harsh, Ad Astra isn't afraid to demean humanity's efforts in space when viewed through a family separation.
Jersey Girl deserves some personal resentment, picking apart an audience with its cliches and terrible decision making.
Ledge plays smartly with its indie finances, keeping itself contained for the needs of the narrative.
It's not possible to recommend Super. It creates a wildly divergent audience that will spread generations and split superhero fans.
This is brain-dead cinema, where the fast and loose science is just sort of there in an attempt to stop people from thinking too long.
Marvel had a lot riding on this latest adaptation of the comic book icon. Giving the reigns to action director Louis Leterrier (Transporter, Unleashed) the 2008 edition, properly titled …
Screenwriters must hate cell phones. Here’s a device that entered into the public and instantly made almost any dangerous situation escapable with one phone call. That leaves a writer …