The acronym stands for Adult Children Of Divorce and, boy, are there a lot of them these days.
Veteran director Roland Emmerich allows his film to get more and more preposterous as it proceeds, eventually riding off the rails as if it were doing it on purpose.
Director Robert Redford’s star-studded, thought-provoking political thriller (which he also stars in and produced) is yet another work for him to be proud of.
The titular protagonist dispenses justice as a one-man vigilante squad.
The problem is that looking for a missing canine, no matter how obvious it is as a metaphor for two-legged characters finding themselves as well, represents a rather flimsy spine for a feature screenplay.
“The Cabin in the Woods” is a slasher film. Sort of.
“Vividly average” is the phrase used to describe the readership of the newspaper featured in “The Rum Diary.” It also describes the movie itself.
Gee, what do you think happens?