doesn't reinvent the romantic comedy genre like say a slam-dunk or alley-oop, but its stars make it an undeniable winner.
Posted May 14, 2010
It's filled with the kind of embarrassing situations that only happen in movies and would probably make the viewer ashamed to watch it, if they weren't too busy cracking up laughing.
Posted Apr 16, 2010
hardly a divine experience and should be thrown in bad movie purgatory.
Posted Apr 2, 2010
for a Scorsese film, it's missing that touch of greatness that's become synonymous with his name.
Posted Feb 19, 2010
a solid romantic comedy in every regard and avoids being the standard entertaining 'chick flick' by being very enjoyable for both sexes.
Posted Jan 29, 2010
There hasn't been too many action films with a Christian overtone as the two genres don't necessarily go hand in hand, but the vastly entertaining 'The Book of Eli,' shows that fancy swordplay/shootouts and faith don't have to be mutually exclusive.
Posted Jan 15, 2010
While years of VH-1's 'Behind the Music' and TMZ have peeled away the mystique of celebrity musicians by showing the blemishes, warts and mishaps that come with fame, Bridges still manages to make this take on a out of his luck entertainer seem fresh.
Posted Jan 8, 2010
This masterpiece is definitely one experience worth braving text a lot guy, talking teen girls and parents who can't be bothered to get a babysitter to see in the theater.
Posted Dec 18, 2009
It's not exactly Tweeter-material to say that Freeman has maintained a high standard of acting excellence for decades, but he truly delivers a memorable performance that channels Mandela expertly from his tone to posture and dignified grace.
Posted Dec 10, 2009
There's a calamity far greater than the disintegration of the Earth's core that dooms the film '2012,' it's a lesser known phenomenon that most disaster films are smart enough to steer away from ... the magic of 'star power.'
Posted Nov 13, 2009
a welcome return to enjoyable horror fare for a series that seemed to have lost its way.
Posted Oct 30, 2009
A perfect example of movie making at its best and is a crowd-pleasing adaptation that captures everything that initially made its source material so revered.
Posted Oct 17, 2009
fun entertainment and definitely worth seeing for fans of science-fiction/high concept films.
Posted Sep 28, 2009
It's like one of those self-absorbed, self-important teens that don't understand they're not half as clever as they think.
Posted Sep 18, 2009
attempts to lure audiences in with its fast-action but also provides a surprisingly thoughtful commentary on control and freedom and the means some will go to achieve it.
Posted Sep 11, 2009
fails to provide audiences with more than a few madcap adventures and changes in scenery.
Posted Sep 4, 2009
watching 'death' find new and inventive ways to kill people somehow still hasn't gotten old yet and this latest chapter in the series is just as entertaining as the others.
Posted Aug 31, 2009
one of those endearingly cute, funny movies you'll see on cable and wonder why studios don't put their marketing machine behind this kind of film instead of the typical garbage we get passed off on us as summer 'entertainment.'
Posted Aug 28, 2009
Just like 100-degree plus weather and muggy conditions, it's been a miserable summer movie season but fortunately Quentin Tarantino is ready to cool us off with a welcome refreshing dose of quality entertainment with his latest ingenious work 'Inglourious
Posted Aug 24, 2009
It's not for everyone, but for sci-fi fans and audiences who want something different from the run-of-the-mill no-brainer Hollywood summer film, it's a must-see.
Posted Aug 14, 2009
If the marketing suits at Paramount Pictures need a catchy slogan, might I suggest, 'G.I. Joe - hey, at least it's not Transformers.'
Posted Aug 10, 2009
Really there's no reason to see this but if you really need to satisfy your guinea pig fix, hit the local pet store. It's cheaper and far more entertaining.
Posted Jul 31, 2009
filled with over the top gore and unnecessary plot twists better off left unseen. Leave this one at the orphanage.
Posted Jul 27, 2009
Sacha Baron Cohen has nearly succeeded in his quest to be the film equivalent to Howard Stern. Crude and crass rather than challenging, shocking rather than stimulating, Cohen doesn't seem to care what he does so long as he gets people talking.
Posted Jul 9, 2009
if you want some jokes that aren't prehistoric, you're better off letting this Ice Age defrost.
Posted Jul 6, 2009
I honestly wish it could change itself into a good movie, instead it ends up being one of the worst sequels I've ever seen.
Posted Jun 23, 2009