Mechanic: Retired (Hopefully) Mechanic: Resurrection is designed to be consumed by 20-somethings who enjoy watching a 40-something blow stuff up, peddled by 60-somethings who know how to market a …
Hopefully the Last What begins as a hokey, masculine story of fire swords and witches quickly winds down. Last Witch Hunter morphs into an investigation procedural where the undying …
The entertainment value is inexplicably genuine.
Ender's Game becomes a film which is both too fast and too slow, projecting cliff notes in a rush to embellish screens with dizzying zero gravity training spectacles.
Snitch is focused on breaking down layers of minimum sentencing politics while depicting reasons for such laws.
Warm Bodies is too self-aware to stop being wholly entertaining, merely disappointing.
This is stunning cinematic work.
The film invalidates everything that came before it, as if Twilight ever had anything to offer in the first place.
Whatever fun the film is having fails to have a trickle down effect to the audience.
Man on a Ledge has a triumphant quality: it's camera work.
Gone isn't legitimate because it never takes the time to make itself so.
Darkest Hour earns mercy points for its approach to intelligent life from elsewhere in the universe, an electrical, nearly invisible species feeding on our resources.