Bill Wine Movie Reviews
‘The Sessions,’ originally titled The Surrogate, is a smart, vital, delicate, and amusing inspirational drama.
Is it possible that ‘Skyfall,’ the 23rd entry in the James Bond series of spy thrillers, is actually the best one yet?
‘Argo’ is a completely absorbing, perfectly scaled, wonderfully suspenseful, and enormously satisfying true-life political thriller.
Here comes the review of ‘Here Comes the Boom,’ a mainstream comedy about mixed martial arts that’s a mixed bag but a tasty mixture.
This gothic comedy is a gleefully gloomy celebration and takeoff of the 1931 classic, “Frankenstein.”
You won’t find a blooper anywhere in ‘Looper.’
It’s satire disguised as the movie equivalent of a whoopee cushion.
Matt Damon was expected to be Bourne again. And perhaps he will. But not this time. Jeremy Renner takes over the lead role in ‘The Bourne Legacy.’
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is the third installment in the series of kids’ comedies adapted from the best-selling graphic-novella series.
‘Total Recall’ is, ironically enough, just about entirely forgettable.
The movie’s title is ‘To Rome with Love.’ This review’s title is ‘To Woody with Respect, Gratitude, and Disappointment.’
‘Savages’ is an R-rated crime thriller about sex, drugs, and – not rock-‘n’-roll but – money, power, and violence. Mostly the latter.
‘The Amazing Spider Man’ is another acrobatic, angst-ridden, arachnoidy thriller, a quick relaunch of the superhero franchise.
‘Magic Mike’ is a dreary dramedy about naked ambition and struggling male strippers who are, literally and figuratively, making ends meet.
‘Ted’ is a cascade of guilty-pleasure laughs.