I enjoyed this one. It’s certainly bloody, but it has a charming lightness amongst the crazy world of killing and mayhem…
Mortdecai "truly awful" while American Sniper good for is special effects.
There are a few fairly boring scenes, but Hunger Games—Mockingjay Part 1 a good two hours and will keep its loyal fan base.
Pierce Brosnan still worth ogling, in gritty spy film The November Man.
There are stories within stories here as life’s layers blend and the characters weave the many facets of their hopes and dreams…
What is quite incredible is the technology used to bring this to the screen and I can’t begin to fathom what filming must have consisted of.
While there are a couple of charming moments, this is not a show with any depth.
This X-Men has a lot of suspense, drama, surprises, and two hours of action, time travel and shape-shifting.
This film likely won’t change any minds…but it may start a dialogue…
This show will appeal to men and woman as it’s about sacrifice, healing, negotiations, surprises and making tough choices…
The four of us who were at Sherman and Mr. Peabody last Saturday's late show, clearly had nothing much else to do.
The danger inherent in the film is that the plot doesn’t match our reality so I was not ‘on the edge of my seat.’
This second in the movie trilogy sees Bilbo, Thorin and the rest of continuing the journey to reclaim Erenbor from Smaug, the dragon.
This is a story of love lost, forgiveness and never forgetting.
Filmed in New Jersey, Hawaii, Georgia, and Los Angeles, the scenery is incredible.
How come every time there’s a restaurant scene, everyone in the restaurant is drop-dead gorgeous?
The Family isn’t worth your time or your money, though the young Blakes perform well.
Diesel is his bulked up best physically, but if you think this is a ‘must see,’ you couldn’t be more wrong.
The Wolverine is an action-packed (great chase on the train scene) couple of hours.
Most of the old cast is back with new faces giving interesting content and adding to the fun.