Return of the bear Ted 2 is homophobic, transphobic, racephobic, joggerphobic, nerdphobic, sex workerphobic – almost precisely in that order. Seth McFarlane’s work is relentlessly phobic but he has …
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I Love Lucy… but she doesn’t love me In-between philosophical ruminations regarding evolution and the potential capacity of the human brain, Lucy kills. She shoots and stabs while seeking …
The movie simply requires a willing suspension of disbelief that makes it a more pedestrian science fiction film than it aspires to be.
Jon Brewer directs this affectionate documentary on the life and career of Blues legend B.B. King, impeccably narrated by Morgan Freeman
Lego Movie is inexplicably genius.
Last Vegas is absorbingly leisurely, a cinematic vacation from super heroes, bloodshed, and true life dramas
Now You See Me charts an unbelievable course of thievery, a heist film determined to run from patterned cliches.
Gratuitous violence may as well contain red, white, and blue stripes with every thrown punch or trails from fired bullets.
Maybe Earth is better off without us, so long as it has Morgan Freeman.
Brubaker is more hit than miss on the whole, but leans heavily on Redford's performance as a crusading reformer instead of a compelling story arc.
Rises' greatest asset is how direct of a line it has towards its goals and how precise it stays on that path.
Despite battering the movie going populace with messages of poaching and deforestation, the heart of Born to Be Wild's story lies in the arms of two women.