Miz-ery Fifty six-year old pro wrestler Shawn Michaels pairs with his WWE co-worker The Miz to tear down a mob family plot in this sixth (!) Marine effort. What …
Welcome to the heart of the WWE’s PG-era shenanigans Wrestlemania XXX gave fans what they wanted. Fans wanted Daniel Bryan? They saw him twice. They like Antonio Cesaro? He …
No One Lives demands audience blindness outside of its genre classification and stern MPAA warnings.
Dead Man Down relieves itself of dramatic potential, splurging on clean exits which leave this droopy, often ugly overcast world with an inexplicable smile.
Fear of the unknown dominates Call until exposed plot lines open floodgates into impassable shock value.
P. Diddy makes for a hell of a hashtag over, #iamnotenjoyingthis.
Reloaded brandishes baseless nudity, hardened violence, and all-around brutish attitudes that play no heed to the lunacy of the storyline.
Marine 3 wanders into the bargain bin along with the rest of the WWE's low budget schlock.
It's dry, diluted, and depressing, but most importantly, not all that entertaining; it's just stupid
It's old school WWF, and the glitzy color of the attitudes in that ring bringing about a retro vibe.
Reunion insists that a legion of Cena fans are interested in character development.
Isn't it always the case that the best match at Wrestlemania is not a main event title scuffle?