Posts Tagged ‘Chris Pine’
The incompetent trio of murderers is back with an even bigger plan, and even fewer brains than before.
In this unnecessary sequel, the jokes come fast, fast, fast and mostly miss, miss, miss.
Kenneth Branagh and company take a swing at Tom Clancy's famous CIA analyst, Jack Ryan, with rather lackluster results.
It is astonishing to me that fanboys consider the second "Star Wars" trilogy a soulless sellout, but deem J.J. Abrams' hyperactive "Trek" flicks awesome.
Forget about the Oscar nominations — "Rise of the Guardians" was the best animated feature of 2012.
In a down year for animation, "Rise of the Guardians" stands at the top of the heap with dazzling imagery and a surprisingly soulful story.
Michelle Pfeiffer and Johnny Depp star in Tim Burton's tale of a vampire who returns to the land of the living in "Dark Shadows" and Elizabeth Banks and Chris Pine find family in "People Like Us."
I don't mind a tearjerker as long as it's straightforward about it. The problem with "People Like Us" is that no tears of mine were jerked.
Reese Witherspoon is caught between Tom Hardy and Chris Pine in "This Means War," and Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terence Howard take flight in "Red Tails."
Guns fire. Cars careen. Paintballs hit crotches. Reese Witherspoon bugs her eyes. Chris Pine acts like an ass. Tom Hardy looks disinterested. Repeat. Vomit.
Unspectacular but undeniably entertaining, "Unstoppable" is an exercise in lean, efficient storytelling.
Denzel Washington & Tony Scott's second straight train movie gets it right this time — an unexpectedly patient, thunderously thrilling test of metal and mettle.
"Star Trek" — a reboot in which J.J. Abrams warped the Enterprise like he stole it — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Fox to reboot of "Daredevil," plus casting rumors for "Captain America" and the "Spider-Man" reboot.