Dreamworks’ newest about the world’s most well-known mythical mascots teaming up to save the innocence of all children, is just short of a soulless money-grab.
Ang Lee has orchestrated a film about courage and faith in the face of adversity. It will earn its place among the grandest motion pictures of all time.
Red Dawn is wacky and irresponsible. It’s an action flick in the spirit of Toy Soldiers and Taps. They were all imperfect films, though hugely entertaining.
Sam Mendes (Road to Perdition) blends a perfect balance of Daniel Craig’s gritty 007, with the nostalgia and fun of the early Bond films.
Wreck-It Ralph is the quintessential modern-day family film. A movie that combines exciting and engaging content with family friendly values.
If you’re a fan of the franchise or even just the genre, this one is worth checking out.
On the surface, it’s a psychological thriller, written by novelist, James Patterson. What you get is a poor screenplay emphasized by melodramatic acting.
Sinister had all the makings of a really creepy movie. Eerie music, sudden loud noises, quick flashes of something, ummm… sinister.
Memorable performances, a demented screenplay, erratic pace produce a thrill ride unlike any crime film experience since Snatch.
Argo is a fast-paced, international espionage thrill ride. Ben Affleck turns in a master performance, but also directs and produces. Highly recommend this one!
Here Comes The Boom is one of those rare and elusive Happy Madison films, that doesn’t actually suck.
Not without its kid-friendly moments, Hotel Transylvania sports a stale narrative, forgettable voice acting, and sub-par animation.