Articles tagged with: Movie Reviews
The latest cinematic satirical look at the apocalypse, This is the End, comes from the narcissistic angle of Hollywood stars playing caricatures of themselves.
The new film The Kings of Summer’s intelligent, witty dialogue and eccentric characters make it a very enjoyable summertime movie experience.
The Purge is a humorless film that from its initial conception to its final on-screen completion is as awful and dumb as any movie I remember having ever seen.
The only real trick in Now You See Me, a film about magicians turned Robin Hood styled bank-robbers, is that it will make two hours of your life disappear.
It’s a bold move to use a grandiose adjective like “epic” as the name of your film and you open yourself up to a lot criticism if you fail to deliver.
I don’t pretend to know anything about cars, but I still had fun watching Fast & Furious 6, although probably not for the same reasons as most hardcore fans.
While The Hangover Part III may seem like a retread of familiar ground, this “final” film in the Hangover trilogy completely abandons its trademark formula.
Everything old is new again in Star Trek Into Darkness … well, not exactly everything.
The Great Gatsby shows enough of the story’s actual text on screen that I can say the book is much better than the movie – even never having read the novel.
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is the story of a Muslim man who experiences the two different sides of the Middle-East/American argument – and rejects them both.