Earnest and humorless, this is a faux-intellectual Comic Book Guy ponderously well-actually-ing us about shallow superhero tropes and clichés as if those are the most intriguing bits of these stories.
A gripping précis of what Edward Snowden learned at the CIA and NSA, why he went public, and why it matters. Entertaining yet also deeply unsettling.
From a mean ex to a hooker with a heart of gold, women exist in this world only for what they can do for — or to — the male protagonist.
An unnecessary sequel that’s empty and arduous, little more than vignettes on vengeance and cruel parades of sociopathic power.
Which perhaps little-known holiday movies — or movies not often considered holiday movies — would you recommend to others who may have missed them?
It lifts an embarrassing number of beats from Die Hard… but Channing Tatum is no Bruce Willis.
Smart, breezy spy action, with an of-the-moment vibe that takes it post-post-9/11 and into the Wikileaks era of global politics.
You get the G.I. Joes for Christmas. Hooray! You make them cross the demilitarized zone between the china cabinet and the DVDs near the TV to rescue Barbie. *pawft pawft pawft pawft* — enemy fire.
Stuff my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
Bland generic action pudding that manages to be sociopathic, too.