Let’s face it: you’ll be hard-pressed finding anyone to root for.
A Walk Among the Tombstones is about as nauseatingly off-putting as otherwise competently produced movies get.
“Third Person,” despite an intriguing opening and numerous compelling individual moments, demands patience from us without sufficiently rewarding it by film’s end.
Even though the laughs are sporadic and the complaints are unavoidable, we’re grateful for the film’s existence.
Chris reviews the weekend’s festivities from CPAC, the latest on the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, and a new reality show on polygamy. He talks to Pennsylvania Lt. Governor Jim Cawley about alcohol sales privatization and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Non-Stop extends Liam Neeson’s action résumé with an airplane-hijacking thriller that flies the unfriendly skies fueled by the paranoia we feel in the post-9/11 universe.
Dom Giordano talked to Chris Stone from the Faith Driven Consumer about the premiere of the film, “Son of God.”
Make no mistake about it: this is a hundred-minute toy commercial.
“The Nut Job” is stretched well beyond its breaking point, with lots and lots of filler, registering more like a time-killing television cartoon than animation carefully constructed for the cinema screen.
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.