Bridging Cold War History Opening Bridge of Spies is a mute chase sequence. Agents hunt for a Red sympathizer. They weave between cars and peer around corner stores. Their …
Need for Speed evokes nostalgia in its reality.
Knights is bound and determined to entertain, and in the end, plays it ridiculously safe.
Chan flips kicks the piece to success, towering over the hackneyed familiarity of the cliche-riddled script with wildly kooky fight scenes.
What you ultimately think of this movie is going to come down to the final twists and turns revealed in the last act.
It's no secret The Help knows when to swell that majestic score or zoom on a tear.
The film has fun with itself, the writing self-aware and pushing past the vanilla, “Vampires exist?” conversations to plant itself into the thick of it.
Garden gnomes? Alive? And at war? So, it's a half-baked Pixar idea that ended up tossed to the side and picked up by someone else? Gotcha.
The one chance it has to break free from the modern Hollywood cliché is the central character arc, and You Again completely blows it
As it is, this is nothing but junk saddled between some impressive athleticism.
Surely the film world would be better if not another Nicholas Sparks novel were turned into a film.
This type of romantic comedy farce is a waste of time for all involved, including the poor suckers who end up watching it.