Posts Tagged ‘3D’
Although cartoonish qualities sometimes belie its confidence, “The Walk” stands solidly on its own as a thoughtful, crowd-pleasing complement to “Man on Wire.”
There's always gristle in these meat slabs. At least this installment cuts around it to serve something surprisingly digestible, as cheapie-roadside films go.
I laughed. I cried. I shamelessly applauded. "The Good, The Bad, and The Schlocky": An annual review of schlock cinema in 2012.
One of the more engaging films of the year, "Hugo" is a wondrous journey into a fully realized world
A syrupy-sweet, boy-meets-aquatic-mammal film, "Dolphin Tale" won't surprise you, but you'll enjoy it anyway.
It's still a silly, dated old yarn, but it's looking 20 years younger on Blu-ray.
The unexpectedly awesome 3D loses much of its luster in the at-home version, but "Jackass 3D" is still often gaspingly funny.
A look back at how special and visual effects have changed the cinematic landscape, from Tron to Tron: Legacy.
Sprawling, bloated, and confusing, "Tron Legacy" does live up to the legend of its predecessor and, like its big brother, is a visual juggernaut.
Though its material is aging in ways its Peter Pan performers reject, "Jackass 3D" is still gaspingly funny and the best fully live-action digital 3D film yet.