I recommend this to mother/daughter outings, but most families will still get a beautifully animated movie, despite its stale plot and underwhelming finale.
From the gorgeous landscapes and set pieces to the eerie atmosphere and characters, everything works together harmoniously in PROMETHEUS.
Battleship doesn’t pretend to be anything but a big budget, sci-fi action bonanza. I’d like to emphasize bonanza.
Cohen is one of few comedians willing to laugh in the face of the conservative. With that said, this film isn’t as shocking as his previous character films.
The Avengers is the greatest superhero movie ever made. Joss Whedon has masterfully pieced together a puzzle, it is surprisingly well-paced and balanced.
My recommendation is to skip CHIMPANZEE, my son was equally as unimpressed with this Disney offering. Save your cash and head to the zoo instead.
Cabin in the Woods brings back the teen hack/slash of the 80’s and mixes it with a little bit of sci-fi voyeurism and then finishes gonzo – in your face.
What should have been the highlight of my movie-going experience this week, turned out to be the biggest letdown. LOCKOUT is terrible.
Wrath Of The Titans is the closest thing to a roller coaster ride without actually being in a roller coaster.
21 Jump Street is my new favorite of the last 6 months, and probably the funniest movie in the last few years. Oh, and Depp fans won’t be disappointed.
Silent House earns my first “WTF” film of 2012 award. No other film so far this year has left me walking out of the experience completely disappointmented.
What can be said of A Thousand Words? Certainly not a thousand -kind- words. It had a fair share of laugh-out-loud moments, but many dull as well.