Well, the summer movie season is upon us and I have to admit that for someone that usually hates the season built on superheroes and sequels, I have thus far been pleasantly surprised.
I applaud director Shane Black for putting his own stamp on Iron Man with a character that would be easily forgotten without his stamp.
The Company You Keep suffers from it’s script, including a twist that even the most unengaged viewer can see coming a mile away.
Oblivion is an enjoyable, but certainly not original, movie. That’s pretty obvious though from the trailer, right?
Relative unknown Chadwick Boseman stars as Robinson, and I think the script set him up for a very interesting interpretation of the character.
The original movie was never meant to be screened in 3D, so there are no dinosaurs jumping at the screen.
Spring Breakers stars Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson and Korine’s wife Rachel as a quartet of horny, broke college girls that rob a local restaurant to be able to afford the spring break of their dreams.
The latest offering from Vince McMahon’s WWE Studios film division is awful. It’s not supposed to be a comedy, but it’s absolutely hilarious for a variety of reasons.
I just checked Twitter and saw that a number of people that have been in preview audiences for 21 And Over calling it things like “epic,” “amazing,” and “the greatest movie I’ve ever seen.” These people are simply wrong.
Snitch may not be a great movie, but it’s the best movie of 2013 so far. Why? Well, mostly because this is the time of year when a lot of garbage is released. That being said though, the movie is plenty entertaining.
You know a Valentine’s movie date means romance, so you’re probably going to see Safe Haven this week. Can you survive it?
Don’t bother seeing Identity Thief. It’s a waste of your time and your money. You don’t need Identity Thief. You’re better than Identity Thief.
Forget the controversies. Forget your political ideology. Forget the talking points both sides of the aisle have regarding Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty and just sit back and marvel at what a terrific piece of filmmaking it is.
Ranging from the five that a can’t miss to the ones that never should have been made.