Walter Hill’s ‘The Assignment’ is everything you want pulp fiction to be: classless, tasteless, vulgar, tawdry—and inescapably entertaining.
Tag Archives | Sigourney Weaver
G Clark reviews the new animated film ‘The Secret Life of Pets,’ which seeks to answer the question: ‘What do our furry friends do when we’re not home?’
Duncan gives his opinions on ‘Arbitrage’ and ‘Prometheus’, catches up with ‘The Ice Storm’, and dives into Showtime’s ‘Homeland’.
Rampart is a strong character study featuring a great performance from Woody Harrelson, but the underlying story is too thin and unresolved
‘Prometheus’/’Alien’ connection, ‘Moneyball’ raves, new photos of ‘Tintin,’ trailer for ‘Wuthering Heights.’
Her career basically began with a big splash, whose ripples are still present as the ‘Alien’ franchise continues and Weaver’s own career still thrives on the basis of that performance.
Grade: A- After seeing James Cameronâ€™s newest sci-fi adventure film Avatar over the weekend, I did my normal critic thing and started outlining my review. I noticed that I was pointing out all of these flaws in the film that made me look like I didnâ€™t enjoy it. I had to erase everything that I […]