A few goofy mishaps hardly undermine what is an otherwise relentlessly suspenseful tour-de-force. "Dead Calm" bolsters tense direction, a haunting musical score and excellent performances from its cast in a film that pushes what is an otherwise simple premise, to its most chilling maximum.
In what is undoubtedly the lowest point for the series; "Lethal Weapon 3" loses any of the wit that its predecessors had in their arsenal and instead replaces it with ridiculously implausible set pieces (even by the series standards), a muddled story and what could be the most unbearable performance ever seen in an action-comedy flick, courtesy of Joe Pesci.
Sporting top notch visual effects, sound design and musical score; "Gravity" overcomes what could have become an overly gimmicky and goofy experience, transforming into a deep, entertaining spectacle of what happens when art-house meets blockbuster.
Honest, heartfelt and consistently moving; "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" offers audiences a simple premise but builds upon it extremely well with excellent performances from Depp and DiCaprio who together hold up a script bursting with eccentric charm and finesse.