Noah is not a blasphemous anti-God screed. Instead, it's an amazing movie that misses being an all out masterpiece by one autonomous idea.
Sabotage won't set any new standards, but it's a serviceable entertainment for those who don't mind being misled.
He was the King of '80s/'90s action. Now, while attempting a comeback, we look at the 10 best films in Arnold Schwarzenegger's onscreen action legacy.
The Sabotage audiences see on Friday will have very little to do with the version being pimped in the promos.
Luckily, Muppets Most Wanted is "almost" as good as the first go around, a rousing entertainment which pales only slightly in comparison to its predecessor.
He's both beloved and berated by film fans around the world. Yet, for us, these 10 examples explain why Lars Von Trier is one of the artform's best.
Lars von Trier clearly intends to use perversion and the profane to same something quite profound about the human condition and he succeeds.
In Praise of Margaret O'Brien
This film is clichéd and cloying, a revenge flick measured in RPMs and MPGs vs. anything remotely resembling human emotion. Oh, and the action scenes stink, as well.