Snatch blends its hyper violence with caricature comedy in a rapidly successful heist story that still holds up decades on.
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Ridiculous as it is, She's the Man knows the target audience and hones in on a progressive ideal that seems closer to reality today.
A movie so bad that Danny Glover may never work again in Hollywood Checkmate is a gloriously epic turkey of poor filmmaking. The direct-to-video “action” thriller is nominally about …
Way of the Wicked might be the first movie where an obnoxious haircut threatens to ruin one's enjoyment.
Ambushed shows as much concern as its characters do. They're needless and so is this movie.
Maybe there's something here for the growing Josh Duhamel fan base, playing off his usual roles for something with a sadistic side
Hijacked never finds the opportunity to raise its tension, falling back on a number of eye rolling cliches, even down to the red/blue wire on a car bomb
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.
Here’s what The Condemned wants you to believe: A rogue producer could set up an internet show in which death row inmates are dropped onto an island. They must …
Subtle is not a word you can associate with Midnight Meat Train. It has no qualms about showing bodies ripped apart, cut open, or the back of people’s heads …