A small town girl (Julianne Hough) and a city boy (Diego Boneta) meet on the Sunset Strip, while pursuing their Hollywood dreams. Sounds like the...
The visuals are expansive and at times beautiful
It's punch simply derives from the realistic storytelling
If people lived their life by the movies, no man would ever want to get married because once they put a ring on it their...
It’s been 10 years since Agent’s “J” and “K” have made our world safe from aliens. A lot of things have changed since then. A...
When it comes to DVD and Blu-ray, you’re either an audio commentary type or you’re not. Usually it’s the film aficionado that will gladly let...
I did find this movie a lot more charming than I expected
An hour-and-a-half triathlon in tits and terror
Trailer premieres on MTV next week
“Dark Shadows” is just your typical ‘vampire imprisoned for centuries by a spurned witch lover after she made the love of his life jump off...
Does a beautiful job capturing the sensory experience of the location
About as scary as a monster made out of a cup of pot noodles
It has a lot of heart and soul and it's very hard not to enjoy
Though some of the scares are telegraphed the majority of the film is pretty intense
A remarkable film that'll make you question your leaders
A touching narrative that seeps into the modern subconscious
A resounding return to the magic that made the original so successful
To see Banderas act in his native Spanish tongue is riveting
The ”Mission Impossible” franchise is a bit like the family Christmas tree. You pull it out of cobwebs, stick some pretty things on it, even...
Nicholas Sparks films have almost created their own subgenre of movies at this point, in which two ridiculously good looking people meet in the ridiculously...
I’m calling it. “The Avengers” is the “Citizen Kane” of super hero movies. If by that statement you assume I enjoyed it, you would be...
In terms of movies whose titles explain the plot, “The Five Year Engagement” is right up there with “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “The...
Struggles to prioritize what moments it should hold still for or capture
Mesmerizing. Confronting. Thrilling. Sexy. Compelling. And so is the remake
Nothing as deep or as memorable as "The Killing Fields" here
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Grim, corny, violent and complete with a Gibson-archetypal flawed hero type
The star here is McBride.
Radcliffe gives a strong performance; the direction is solid
Cohen has crafted a masterpiece of political incorrectness