Billed as a zombie romantic comedy, Warm Bodies is a much better film than it deserves to be, thanks to a clever script and the performances of its leading cast.
Transformers: The Last Knight continues the series’ proclivity for weaving in a new thread of the transformers history on planet earth, this time inserting the metallic race into the mythology of Arthur, Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table. It’s exhausting to have yet another new layer grafted onto […]
With its seventh entry in the murderous doll franchise, Don Manicini’s Cult of Chucky certainly has exhausted whatever novelty and gory fun the idea of a slasher doll come to life may have once had.
More does not always mean better. Case in point: Red 2, which boasts a larger and very talented cast but does not match the laughs or fun of the original.
After four seasons of gradually ebbing ratings, Fox finally put an end to its supernatural thriller Sleepy Hollow but not before trying it on several different nights and in its last season moving its locale and adding a mostly new cast of supporting characters.
A mother’s coming-of-age-story through the auspices of her genius pre-teen son gives hefty dramatic weight to Colin Trevorrow’s The Book of Henry.
Transformers: The Last Knight is a bloated and over-stuffed feast for the eyes and ears, but a complete waste of a movie. In other words, a typical Michael Bay film.
A new generation of would-be pirates and adventurers hitch their wagons to the tipsy star of Captain Jack Sparrow in the fifth entry in the Disney franchise Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Steven Speilberg’s follow-up to the highly successful Jaws, solidified him as an important voice in movies and was another home run at the box office (not quite the business of his previous film, but enough to rescue its studio, Columbia Pictures, from financial ruin). The film […]
The Greeks had several majestic mythological tales about the origins and movements of the sun and moon in the sky, and now the French have come up with their own variations in Alexandre Heboyan and Benoît Philippon’s Mune: Guardian of the Moon.
20th Century Fox’s third Cinemascope release after the tremendous successes of The Robe and How to Marry a Millionaire was Robert D. Webb’s Beneath the 12-Mile Reef, a mediocre adventure tale that makes the most of its beautiful and atmospheric Florida location photography and its appealing cast.
It’s pretty inevitable that after eight years on the air, the freshness and zip in the writing and performing would have abated somewhat in any television show, and sadly that also applies to ABC’s Modern Family, still the network’s highest rated comedy series but one that is no longer the […]
A meat-and-potatoes western dealing with the extended aftermath of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, John Sturges’ Hour of the Gun is a gritty, fairly humorless western, much more interested in presenting the reality of the Old West rather than a fantasy version of it.
RED, based on a series of DC comic books, is an often hilarious action-comedy about retired CIA agents who are slated to be retired permanently. This is quite possibly Bruce Willis’ best movie of the current decade.