Posts Tagged ‘Dennis Quaid’
Working well as a contemporary companion piece to "All the President's Men," "Truth" successfully and painfully portrays the sorry state of journalism today.
The fantasy/horror/sci-fi hybrid represented the crossing of the Rubicon in popular filmmaking, as PG-13 movies began to push the limits of violence and sex.
This forgotten and criminally underrated Western from 1980 is notable for its stylized violence and terse, organic characterizations.
The self-help book gets turned into a mushy romantic comedy about a bunch of pregnant couples, only one of which is worth hanging out with.
A waste of a funny and talented cast, "What to Expect" utilizes every stereotype imaginable — and throws in a few more.
It's twice the dose of Adam Sandler as twins in "Jack and Jill" and a revival of the 80's musical "Footloose" on DVD and Blu-ray this week.
"The Rookie" — a G-rated sports film able to diminish the manliest men to mush — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
“Legion” is a time-wasting walk through the valley of the shadow of death, where thy plodding plot and thy unintentional laughs are no comfort, but good extras are.
"Frequency" — a popular-science thriller emphasizing empathy, spirit and guts — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
It's all fun and games until a fallen angel shows up in a stolen cop car and pulls a bunch of automatic weapons from the trunk.
It’s that film that falls between age groups, resulting in a film that has no audience to call its own. Terra is a thought-provoking film that is too kiddie for adults and too uninteresting for children.