A whimsical remake of the beloved children’s tale from Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory was a popular film for a certain generation …
The best non-vacation ever Carrying the tenderness and imbecilic actions worthy of any John Hughes script, Christmas Vacation is slathered with recognizable holiday caricatures – maybe too much so. …
This IMAX feature is a dizzying trip into the trick flight circuit.
Amazing Caves is a brisk watch and yes, even a hair educational
Oz is a dream, and it is a travesty we seem fearful to do so anymore.
Its power to frighten is unmatched for receptive audiences.
Shoot First, Die Later transcends its origins as an ordinary genre movie with a smart script and excellent performances by the cast.
Unlike other single locale thrillers, this one has too many outs and too many solutions that are never capitalized on
Comparisons of Lethal Weapon and Lethal Weapon 4 revealing a dramatic shift in style and tone, although not necessarily through choice, just audience expectations.
Lethal Weapon 3 feels distracted, concerned with everything other than its story.
Decades out, Richard Donner's film remains fresh, if only because so few have successfully worked out its formula.
As a formulaic animated film trapped in the realm of reality (err, some form of reality), it's bound to generate some smiles.