This real-life story of Nazi art theft and a woman’s fight to right an old wrong is compelling enough, but the execution is too hackneyed to do it justice.
Category: New Releases
Ethan Hawke tells us he is considering quitting acting. Can an 87-year-old classical pianist help him decide?
THE GUNMAN is a bare-bones international thriller with lame action, worse characters, and a throwaway twist
How does Disneys latest live-action retelling of an animated classic fare? Find out in our review.
An imbalance of tone and poor implementation of wacky gimmicks is just the beginning of what’s wrong with “Unfinished Business”. Still, there are some laughs to be had. Read our review to find out what we thought of the film.
Can the star power of Will Smith elevate his latest film “Focus” to draw an audience this weekend? Find out in our review.
“There is nothing engaging about what little story is here, but every time the film reaches the point of totally collapsing in on itself, the repartee between the leads manages to just pull it back from total oblivion.”
“Kingsman: The Secret Service is a film that distracts the audience with popcorn spectacle so that they don’t see Matthew Vaughn slip social commentary into their pockets.” Read our full review of this surprisingly great movie starring Colin Firth.
Our critic chained himself to his theater seat and was subsequently punished, beaten, whipped, and molested by what he saw – but he didn’t enjoy it. Find out just how much in our review.
Jeff Bridges, in dungeons, battling dragons. Does it make for a good film? Find out in our review of “Seventh Son”.