More a film of atmosphere and nostalgia, Robert Altman's Kansas City looks behind the depression to those looking to get ahead.
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Stars and Strikes Forever The Dude is everything an American isn’t supposed to be. He’s a hard drinker – of White Russians, of course. His employment status is unclear, …
Visit Hotel Transylvania where the generations clash on civil rights Humans are now allowed into Hotel Transylvania. That was a point of contention for the first film, yet Hotel …
Cobbled together The Cobbler has context for an interesting story. A small, friendly, old fashioned small business in New York. The quiet, somewhat awkward Jewish shoe repair man, the …
This is not a film about murder or improper utilization of woodchippers – although it has those too.
Khumba is suitably gorgeous, breathing life into rarely (if ever?) animated Southern Africa landscapes.
Monsters University pulls away unscathed, a sterling follow-up which charms the charmers with charming charm charm
Potential for wackiness or off-the-wall ideas come tumbling around this tepidly minded comedic fall.
Hotel Transylvania has one obvious conclusion... and only one.
If there's one thing to say for The Dude and his crew, it's that they're never boring.
What works in Fargo is the investigation, and not because of any tension or mystery.
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.