‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ does for video games what the ‘Toy Story’ films do for toys.
‘The Other Guys’ is kind of a spoof, kind of a slapstick comedy, and kind of awful.
‘South of the Border’ has a respectable point to make, but it would have been better made by someone not afraid to ask the tough questions.
Expect to walk out of ‘Dinner for Schmucks’ dumber than when you went in, but laughing harder.
Angelina Jolie, Liev Schreiber, and Chiwetel Ejiofor deserve better than the muddled mess of a film that is Salt.
‘The Kids Are All Right’ is the rare type of comedy that encourages its audience to demand more from their cinema going experience.
‘Inception’ is not a masterpiece, but it is exactly what he hope for summer blockbusters to be.
One week after unanimous raves came pouring in, some negative reviews get thrown into the mix.
The critics have compared Christopher Nolan’s latest film to some of the greatest movies in cinema history. Will the hype be too much?
‘Winterâ€™s Bone’ is subtle, thrilling and an inspiring tale of what makes life worth fighting for.
Peter Travers gives the film 3.5 out of 4 stars. So what does that mean for the film?
80-minutes of your time is too much to donate to the terrible mess that is ‘Jonah Hex.’
‘Toy Story 3’ is the best mainstream film so far in 2010. It might be best to leave the youngest ones at home, but definitely hire a sitter and get out to see this movie.
‘Vivre sa vie’ is one of my favorite Godard films because it is subtle and sometimes cruel, but never boring.
Four reviews are in for the movie so far and the word is extremely positive.
The script is flawed, but great performances from Farrell and the rest of the cast and a wonderful technical achievement make Ondine a worthwhile trip to the theatre.
The pace is jagged, but the laughs are frequent in the summer’s newest raunchy comedy.
‘Solitary Man’ is the type of grown-up movie that is not common for the summer time, but it is definitely more worthy of its ticket price than the childish summer fare.
Brandon Cooley celebrates Mel Brooks month by reviewing one of Brooks’ classic films ‘Young Frankenstein’.
Because of its subject matter, its style, and its arsenal of comic bits, ‘Blazing Saddles’ is a film that will never feel old.