Can’t quite manage to continue the first film’s smart, unsentimental examination of male emotion and men’s relationships. At best achieves a draw with a genre path that is already extremely well worn.
Bad chicken-and-egg puns and indoctrination into animal cruelty as just good fun for everyone involved (including the animals). You know, for kids.
Feels natural and organic, not forced by the dictates of movie franchises. A smart, engaging, unsentimental portrait of male friendship and male emotion.
In the vast conspiracy of stupidity that has overtaken pop culture, the disparagement of this movie by a film critic becomes an endorsement of a sad sort.
Jason Statham teams up with another badass little girl… which makes him almost warm and charming as he kicks the crap out of villains.
Damn near unwatchable. It’s barely even a movie — it’s more like a meatbrawl…
Starring Mark Wahlberg as Rocky and Amy Adams as Adrian.
‘Karate! Kung fu! Whatever!’ says Mom. Exactly! Who cares what the Asian ass-kicking is called. Not important! The important thing is that the cute little American kid will teach the Chinese ignoramuses a thing or two about their own culture. Stupid foreigners!
What with football-themed The Blind Side doing gangbusters at the box office and the rugby-will-save-the-world-themed Invictus just opening, the members of the Online Film Critics Society recently picked our top 5 favorite sports movies. Raging Bull came out on top; go to the OFCS news blog for the rest of the top 5, and other … more…
The first rule of *Fighting* is: You don’t talk about *Fighting.* So please just pretend you can hear me giggling derisively instead.