Articles tagged with: Reviews
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.
In Iron Man 3, the latest addition to the Marvel movie universe, we find out if Tony Stark has what it takes to be a hero without that expensive metal suit.
The science-fiction film Oblivion borrows heavily from classic movies but what it lacks in originality if makes up for in sheer spectacle and dazzling thrills.
“42” is the true tale Jackie Robinson and his unimaginable heroism, but unfortunately the film doesn’t quite give the story the grandiose treatment it deserves.
Dungeons of Dread, the first in a new series of compiled reprints of classic Dungeons & Dragons adventure modules, has been released.