Posts Tagged ‘Gerard Butler’
A prime candidate for "Mystery Science Theater 3000" heckling, "Gods of Egypt" is a trashy movie that can be enjoyed for its sins.
A reasonably engaging action-thriller, in which a hard-case Secret Service agent mows through a sea of brown people to save the President.
A goofy, giddy mashup of Egyptian mythology with the gods as superheroes. I wanted to laugh — and did — but couldn't bring myself to hate it.
This implausible but highly entertaining thriller was the first of this year's terrorists-take-over-the-White-House trend.
This tightly-coiled action/thriller is basically a "Die Hard" spawn, with one lawman trapped in the White House with a bunch of terrorists.
In one of the worst romcoms in recent memory, "Playing for Keeps" proves that Pee Wee soccer, not nightclubs, is where it's at for single men seeking love.
Ralph Fiennes' grandiose, modernistic adaptation of the little-known Shakespeare play didn't get as much attention as it deserved.
Celebrate the unofficial start of summer with plenty of new releases on shelves this week including "Man on a Ledge," "Gone," "Coriolanus" and "Goon."
Just when it looks like "Machine Gun Preacher" is going to tackle some tough issues, it backs off from putting its protagonist under the microscope.
With the distance of a little time, "How to Train Your Dragon" is looking like the best animated film of 2010.
Based on this lame, cynical and boring romantic/action comedy, Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler deserve to be hauled off to cinematic detention.
Gerard Butler is a vengeful killer in "Law Abiding Citizen," Chris Rock looks for the secret to "Good Hair," and Audrey Tauto is Coco Chanel on DVD this week.
The action scenes of "Gamer" have a nice kinetic feel, but whenever the quasi-humans tried to emote, I felt like hitting the Off button.
Ricky Gervais discovers the art of truthlessness in "The Invention of Lying," on DVD this week. Also: Gerard Butler in "Gamer" and Kate Beckinsale in "Whiteout."