Film

Last Stand (review)

A Mexican crime lord escapes from the FBI and it’s up to a small town sheriff (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and to stop him. There are some cool driving stunts, but most of the action is nothing special. The pacing keeps it moving, but the screenplay is simply painful: predictable, for sure, but lacking in so many ways. There were lots of opportunities for character comedy and smart retorts, but n... »

Olympus Has Fallen (Review)

Olympus Has Fallen (Review)

Gerard Butler saves the President and the country »

Ginger & Rosa  (review)

Ginger & Rosa (review)

The only thing to recommend this is Elle Fanning's compelling performance. »

Evil Dead  (review)

Evil Dead (review)

This remake doesn't come close to the originals. »

G. I. Joe: Retaliation (review)

G. I. Joe: Retaliation (review)

The new G.I. JOE is a jumbled mess. »

The Call  (review)

The Call (review)

A 911 call rings up a wild ride »

Like Someone In Love

Like Someone In Love

This is painful on every level. Read if you wanna share my pain. »

Any Day Now (review)

Any Day Now (review)

It’s 1979 and Alan Cumming’s character is making his meager living as a drag performer. He quickly meets a shy closeted hunk (Garret Dillahunt) and they end up fighting for custody of an abandoned teen with Down syndrome. This is an affecting and sweet drama that’s elevated by Cumming’s feisty performance (and wonderful singing), Dillahunt’s lovable charm and Isaac Le... »

Broken City

Broken City

 Mark Wahlberg plays a hardened NYC cop (is there any other kind?), who turns private detective after an on-duty controversy. He’s hired by the city’s sketchy mayor (Russell Crowe) to conduct a personal investigation. This results in the inevitable paranoid political complications. While nothing here is particularly original or surprising, it’s well crafted and never drags or los... »

Barbara

Barbara

European in so many ways. »

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