The other Tracy.
Odd Thomas is a hoot - a half-baked hoot but a hoot nonetheless. It's fun, occasionally inventive, and infused with the teeming good nature of its actors and its maker.
(T)here is something sweet and satisfying about this underdog dramedy, especially when it's brains, not brawn or beauty that ultimately wins the day.
On TV, this tired old material might work. On the big screen, it's dwarfed by its own insignificance.
I don't get to vote for them, but here are my choices for the Best of 2013 circa the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
As the final word on Awards Season 2013, here is SE&L'S selections for the best (and not Oscar Nominated) films and filmmakers of the past year.
The announced casting of the new Fantastic Four reboot has Messageboard nation in a tizzy. So what else is new?
Kevin Costner may be on some kind of career comeback, but 3 Days to Kill won't bring him to where he once was before. It's acceptable, if unexceptional entertainment.
Akiva Goldman's directorial debut is a load of laugh out loud hogwash. Here are ten reasons (among many) as to why it's so ridiculous.