A plodding, generic Western with Neal Bledsoe and AnnaLynne McCord, A Soldier's Revenge runs too long.
Tag: Val Kilmer
It's hard not to be drawn in by Top Gun's lavish, theatrical presentation even if its routine story does nothing unpredictable.
Masked and Anonymous is a clever ode to Bob Dylan's career and legendary persona reflecting his tenuous relationship with the myths he's created over the years.
Not This Forever, Please It figures this is the Batman to deal with morality in vigilantism. Bruce Wayne warns sidekick Robin about what it means to take a life …
Standing Up works best when it focuses on the growing friendship between its two lead characters on the cusp of adolescence
Twixt would not be a bad first effort from a rookie director, but expectations of Francis Ford Coppola sour the piece
Val Kilmer's best role has him donned in a pink dress and lipstick.
Glossy as it is with superior flight effects and sublime editing, Top Gun cannot overcome its lack of genuine brains.
Direct-to-video superstar Luke Goss heads up the intrepid vacation types, choppily delivering arid dialogue of little consequence.
Director Johnathan Hensleigh is granted a stellar cast, from bit players to names worthy of their position on the cover art.
Jason Hewitt is credited with the direction, so surely the nauseating combination of shaky camera work, jump edits, split screens, focal tricks, and slow motion are on his lap.
Tombstone comes dangerously close to losing every ounce of credibility it's built.