Director: Brett Ratner
Writers: Ryan Condal & Evan Spiliotopoulos
Runtime: 1 hr. 38 min.
Released: July 25, 2014
Go ahead. Laugh it up.
Greek minstrels sang tales of his twelve labors. Roman historians like Tacitus and Plutarch inked record of his deeds.
Most recently he was the protagonist of the 1997 Disney animated feature. Which is good, but on the lower…
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Writer/Director: Luc Besson
Runtime: 1 hr. 27 min.
Released: July 26, 2014
Three stars is rare.
Categorically, it’s ‘just barely worthwhile’; A timid thumbs-up.
Anything less I can’t recommend.
This particular tri-star rating syncs up with the Rotten Tomatoes score at 60%. Which is, coincidentally, the lowest possible for the ‘certifiably fresh’ stamp.
So the question…
- 1 week ago
Director: Doug Liman
Writers (screenplay): Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth
Runtime: 1 hr. 53 min.
Released: June 6, 2014
Warner Bros. Pictures
If you see one flick all summer then look no further.
It’s not only the best of the season, Edge of Tomorrow is the top release so far this year. It’s still playing in some theaters so catch it before it completely leaves…
Director: Justin Lin
Writer: Chris Morgan
Runtime: 2 hr. 10 min.
Released: May 24, 2013
Perhaps I’ve no right reviewing the sixth movie in a series when I’m only acquainted with One through Three. I am literally so lost at the beginning of this film I can’t even tell you.
I want to give it a shot. I’ve heard from several reliable sources that it’s “not as bad as you’d think.”
You gotta love a movie that holds up.
Not much needs to be said.
Written and directed by Barry Levinson, nominated for Best Screenplay and set in Baltimore 1959.
I’ll try not to spoil anything, because if you like movies and haven’t seen this gem, you must catch it soon. It’s funny, poignant and has a spectacular cast.
I can’t get enough of Paul Reiser’s character, Modell. Good Golly he’s funny.
Director: James Mangold Writers: Mark Bomback (screenplay) & Scott Frank (screenplay) Runtime: 2 hr. 16 min.