Adam Sandler’s latest PG-13 Comedy. It’s a loose remake of the Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn classic Cactus Flower. Did you know Nicole Kidman is in this movie? Me neither. The mere mention of her name in a trailer nowadays must kill the opening box office or something. Co-starring Jennifer Aniston, Brooklyn Decker, Minka Kelly, Dave Matthews and Nick Swardson.
|Rank it amongst the best action movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #1035
What do your fellow Flickcharters have to say?
ToryK – “I loved these guys growing up. Still do. But I think Tarantino’s most recent movie beats Rodriguez’, no contest. Machete was nuts, true. But to me, it was nowhere near as fun as Desperado. Or even Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Basterds felt like Tarantino taking his own movies apart, finding out what makes them tick, and building a new film with that knowledge in mind. I didn’t dislike Machete, I was just disappointed. I wanted more from a guy I was used to having to having so much fun with.”
|Rank it amongst the best comedy movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #4219
I reviewed this movie when it first came out for the site. I originally placed it in my top 33% but it’s fallen to around top 37% since. I expect it to keep dropping a bit as nothing has really stuck with me about the movie five months later.
|Rank it amongst the best Documentaries of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #2181
Official Synopsis from Universal Studios: “In late 2007, filmmakers Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost sensed a story unfolding as they began to film the life of Ariel’s brother, Nev. They had no idea that their project would lead to the most exhilarating and unsettling months of their lives. A reality thriller that is a shocking product of our times, Catfish is a riveting story of love, deception and grace within a labyrinth of online intrigue.”
|Rank it amongst the best Supernatural Horror movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #4173
|Rank it amongst the best Bopics of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #6853
|Rank it amongst the best Horror movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #11859
|Rank it amongst the best Crime movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: Just Added
|Rank it amongst the best Action Thriller movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: Just Added
DTV action movie starring Cuba Gooding Jr.
Mischief is afoot, and only one man is capable of cracking the case. Since Sherlock Holmes’ first appearance in 1887, he has captured the imaginations of writers, directors, and audiences alike. Reportedly based on author Arthur Conan Doyle’s old professor Dr. Joseph Bell, Holmes is able to do what the police often can’t because he has cunning powers of observation, a firm grasp on forensic medicine, and deductive reasoning unmatched by any literary detective to come before or after him. Joined by his faithful sidekick Dr. John Watson, who is often the narrator and an active participant, Holmes set new standards for crime fiction, and his reach has extended into a third century with Guy Ritchie’s latest film. But is this newest version of Holmes capable of besting what many consider to be the character’s finest cinematic appearance, helmed by the immeasurable abilities of director Bob Clark (Porky’s, Black Christmas, A Christmas Story)? Find out in this week’s Reel Rumbles with Sherlock Holmes vs. Murder by Decree.