Posts Tagged ‘Dan Aykroyd’
“Dragnet” is pokey next to its peers. Then again, like many prototypes, it’s a merely sufficient expression of possibility without refinement of later versions.
Tackling time's ravages with rambunctious tones, 1997’s “Grosse Pointe Blank” wraps emotional entropy & existential rumination into a clever, conceptual comedy.
Both an affront to the original and a worthy successor, "Ghostbusters" succeeds on the strength of its leads.
An insightful, affecting portrait of a misunderstood comedy giant who left us too soon.
The James Brown story does everything most other musician biopics do, but none of them does it better than "Get On Up."
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence nearly carries "Tammy," but this raunchy comedy needed a few more spins through the screenplay wash cycle.
It may seem like a cheap spinoff, but this animated Oz tale is breezy and fun, with toe-tapping songs and a first-rate vocal performance by Martin Short.
If time hasn't exactly turned around the reputation of the little-regarded sequel, it reveals a reasonably entertaining film brought down by a case of the lazies.