The gorgeous and once glorious fantasy series comes to a flat conclusion, one in which the stakes feel way lower than they should and the spark that once animated and elevated the story is missing.
An absolute delight, even better than the first film; a gorgeously animated ode to sticking to your principles in the face of ultimate adversity.
One of the most fun heist movies ever, bursting with snappy humor and a twisty cleverness that knows that you know that you are getting conned, too…
Does Matthew McConaughey’s full-body drawl doom him in the fast-zombie uprising? Will Ryan Gosling survive global warming because he’s totally hot already?
I died laughing… and I’ve found a new respect for a Hollywood posse whose work I mostly haven’t enjoyed before.
So, Seann William Scott is sort of like Forrest Gump. No, I mean in this Goon movie.
The blockbuster season is creeping up on us, and with it comes the specter of really really terrible movies. It’s as inevitable as sunburn, sand in your sneakers, and mosquito bites. My ultimate awful summer movie? I imagine it might look something like this…
Oh yeah, I’m late with this. I carefully gather them all year long and then I never get around to posting them. So here they are at long last. And for 2011, I’m just gonna post ’em as they come in. So there.
What else can Disney plunder from its own history?
U.S. AND CANADA/OPENING WIDE Inception: Leonardo DiCaprio will blow your mind… much as other thieves blow vaults. If you can’t make it to the multiplex, try: • Memento (2000): Christopher Nolan plays with the depths of the human mind and the limits to which narrative time can be stretched in both films. • Catch Me … more…