The action-thriller sequel, starring Liam Neeson, earned an estimated $50 million and a strong first-place finish on its initial weekend.
This sequel is a pale imitation, a virtual demonstration of what not to do when concocting a sequel.
“Battleship” doesn’t exactly stink and therefore doesn’t exactly sink. But it doesn’t soar or score either.
“Wrath of the Titans,” the lacklustre sequel to 2010′s lacklustre “Clash of the Titans,” is another yawnworthy action-adventure fantasy.
The survival thriller, ‘The Grey’, starring Liam Neeson, earned an estimated $20-million on its debut weekend, enough to gain it a first-place finish.
This movie’s biggest problem is that the wolves in it — a mix of real wolves, animatronics, and CGI — never appear real enough to be threatening or to generate legitimate fear.
It was a slow Oscar weekend at the box office with a Shakespeare-inspired animated movie coming out on top.
Unknown, the psychological action thriller starring Liam Neeson (right in photo above), earned an estimated $22 million in its debut.
There are gaps in logic, farfetched absurdities, arbitrary red herrings, and other screenwriting shortcuts that reduce the film’s impact by occasionally spilling right off the silliness scale.