Film Reviews Blog
Not since “Annie Hall” has a film about one couple’s relationship been so brutally honest about dating in the modern world.
The comic book film certainly doesn’t breathe any new life into the buddy-cop genre, but manages to maintain a pulse with its action.
If you haven’t heard, it’s kind of a big deal. The first official trailer for “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” has been released.
It’s not too often that I’m blown away with the beauty of a film trailer, and it’s even rarer that I don’t end up disappointed. Thankfully, “Man of Steel” lived up to every facet of my visual expectations.
I feel like I just continue to repeat myself every time I review any film in the Fast and Furious franchise, because it feels like I’ve been repeatedly watching the same film for the last decade.
There and back again: It’s time for another hangover in Las Vegas. Except this time it’s not about figuring out what happened last night but about what’s going on.
Once again, the summer movie season seems to have kicked off just as early as the temperatures began to rise.
“Iron Man 3” does something very few threequels have accomplished and many more fail to do: stay fresh.
“Live Free Or Die Hard” was surprisingly great and re-launched a celebrated franchise that made Bruce Willis an action star. “A Good Day To Die Hard” did just the opposite.
When it comes to judging comedies, there is only one question by which to judge the film: Was it funny? And, it is a clear “yes” for “Identity Thief.”
In its previews, “Gangster Squad” is already being called one of the best gangster films of the decade. Considering we are only days into this year, and only three years into the decade, it doesn’t amount to much.
After nearly a decade, the journey continues, or in this case begins, as Peter Jackson returns with “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”