Articles tagged with: Movie Reviews
Trevorrow lulls us into thinking we’ve seen this before, but just when the story starts sinking into a tar-pit, he pulls a prehistoric rabbit out of his hat.
Director Brad Bird has captured all the fun and magic that the future used to be and infused it with exciting action sequences involving robots and ray-guns.
Mad Max Rockatansky is back in the biggest way imaginable, with non-stop, edge-of-your-seat action. You are going to wish your theater had installed seat-belts.
This new Hill and Franco film is all its uninventive title suggests. It is a true story, but the dull way this truly depressing tale is told is sleep-inducing.
Comic geeks have nothing on car racing nerds when it comes to convoluted plots, nevertheless, we’re here for edge of your seat action and eye-rolling melodrama.
‘It Follows’ exemplifies low-budget horror filmmaking at its best and it is better (and creepier) than most of its hoity-toity high-budget cousins to boot.
If you’ve seen the films Stir Crazy, Trading Places, Bringing Down the House or any other odd couple comedy flick then you’ve pretty much already seen Get Hard.
If Stallone had a pretentious brother, tweaked on steroids and cigarettes, who wanted to try his hand at an action movie, he might be Sean Penn in The Gunman.
Should robots be given sentient intelligence? If it means they will become urban hip-hop gangsters as happens in the film Chappie, then I vote a resounding no!
This ground has been tread repeatedly and The Lazarus Effect adds nothing new to the resurrection genre. But its lack of originality doesn’t make it a bad film.
If you loved the old Roger Moore James Bond movies and think that that the modern version is simply too serious, then this is the motion picture for you.
A masterpiece of innocent old fashioned fantasy that harkens back to a different era, when space adventures were fun and didn’t have to make a lot of sense.
The plot of ‘Black Sea’ seems like a great concept, but as the air in this movie’s ill-fated submarine becomes thinner, so does the plausibility of its story.
If you can buy into the concept that a genius computer hacker could also be a knife-fighting, bullet-dodging badass, then you’ll probably be good with Blackhat.