Tag: MPEG-4

The Proposal Review

Betty White can save any project, or at least salvage what little The Proposal has going for it. She plays her usual “sweet grandma” routine, although one with a …

Land of the Lost (2009) Review

Land of the Lost fans are going to be ticked. While the original show is a campy piece of TV history (despite nostalgic fans thinking otherwise), this Hollywood update …

Trading Places Review

There’s not much like a John Landis late ’70s or ’80s comedy. Animal House, Blues Brothers, Coming to America, and of course Trading Places all fall into that category. …

Rising Sun Review

A departure from what fans typically expected from Michael Crichton, Rising Sun is about international relationships, not radical new technology. Instead, Crichtion chose to focus on the Japanese, and …

Bridge to Terabithia Review

There are kid’s movies that are designed to lightly entertain, and others that break a mold and enter into uncharted territory. While full credit can’t be given to the …

Mrs. Doubtfire Review

While based on a novel, it’s hard to believe Mrs. Doubtfire wasn’t born on a single concept: Robin Williams in drag. Williams charisma, energy, and acting skills are in …

The Devil’s Own Review

Why is it that every New York cop ready to retire in Hollywood happens to end up in the biggest case of his life? Such is the case with …

The Wrestler Review

Over time, one can hope that the awards, healthy praise, and hype can make Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler the classic it deserves. For whatever reason, the years other critical …

Black Book Review

Paul Verhoeven and “subtle” don’t go together. That’s why a war film is such an exciting concept from him; it’s a film that won’t hold back. Black Book doesn’t …

Soul Men Review

Samuel L. Jackson and Bernie Mac could star in anything together, letting their charm carry the entire film. Soul Men was built with these two actors in mind, and …