More an attempt to create a ludicrous theme park ride than movie, 2012's absurdities, stock characters, and lengthy runtime make this a bloated, empty spectacle.
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Sight-Seeing Through the eyes of James Harvey (Dan Stevens), British director Ido Fluk takes a scathing look at American superficiality. A simple, contemporary parable, Fluk’s The Ticket takes a …
Robin Williams’ final role is an unfortunate holiday dud Christmas: A time of family gatherings, being schnockered to deal with said family, and chainsawing the homeless Santa Claus you …
It's bright, cheery, and dare the word “wholesome” be used for an R-rated feature – but it is.
Oranges is too grounded to approach the topic so breezily.
For all of the work Love and Other Drugs puts into its key relationship, it completely blows it in the end.