Posts Tagged ‘Adam Sandler’
Although falling well short of the Adam Sandler gold standards of old, there are still some laugh-out-loud moments in this adventure.
The Adam Sandler comedy "Pixels," the war-dog drama "Max" and the Criterion Collection edition of "Mulholland Dr." lead this week's Blu-ray and DVD releases.
"Hotel Transylvania 2" won't win any contests for originality. It's TV-level storytelling with better animation & voice casting. But it's breezy, fun and dopey.
An insightful, affecting portrait of a misunderstood comedy giant who left us too soon.
More cautionary tale than a cohesive story, "Men, Women & Children" is a noble effort but not a successful film.
An ambitious, sprawling look at how we love and lust today, "Men, Women & Children" tarries when it ought ought to hurry, and moves on when it should tarry.
Heartland Film Festival announces a lineup that will feature more than 130 films as well as red carpet premieres, parties and expert panels.
In response to breathlessly hyperbolic branding of "Man of Steel" as a "non-sequel," Nick investigates the biggest opening weekends for TRULY original movies.
The animators did their job, but the storytellers settled for a Frankenstein-like assemblage of pieces from other, better movies.
Bruce Willis and Edward Norton star in Wes Anderson's tale of young love on the run in "Moonrise Kingdom" and Adam Sandler is father of the groom in "That's My Boy" on DVD & Blu-ray this week.
It's cliche, it's predictable, and at times it's even cringe-worthy. Yet, "That's My Boy" remains to be Sandler's best effort in years...thanks to Andy Samberg that is.
The boingy action and gastrointestinal humor may amuse wee ones, but parents will just be counting the minutes until they can check out.