“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.”
After 50 years, James Bond shows no signs of slowing down, and “Skyfall” proves that the iconic figure is alive and well.
Breaking conventional cinematic storytelling, it is one of the most ambitious films in recent years, if not ever.
After seeing the trailer, you can probably guess exactly what’s going to happen in “Here Comes The Boom.”
“Argo” is a captivating tale based loosely on the true events of the covert rescue mission known as the “Canadian Caper.”
Getting straight to the action and skipping over the story, “Taken 2” is the perfect example of how a surprisingly successful first film can get a lazy sequel.
It’s a simple story of a mother’s love, and the lengths to which she will go to provider her daughter with a proper education.
“Looper” is an incredibly entertaining and witty sci-fi film that will keep you guessing until the end.
The film opens like the first draft of a clichéd and formulaic novel, a dark and stormy night. And, there’s murder afoot.