Articles tagged with: Reviews
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.
Insulting and awkward, Hot Pursuit is a rehash of age-old material that runs cold quickly and is likely to set the entire women’s movement back for decades.
A New Dawn suffers from the same problem as the other titles in the new Star Wars canon.
Plenty of mayhem and massacres makes Lords of the Sith a virtual novelization for the greatest Star Wars video game never made.
Ex Machina is a science-fiction film that takes a smart and realistic look at the creation of intelligent, lifelike robots and our selfish desire to build them.
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.
A true family film masterpiece that ranks along with Disney’s best. It fits perfectly into the glass slipper mythos and expands upon it in delightful ways.
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.