Posts Tagged ‘john c. reilly’
The summer's biggest blockbuster is no disappointment, debuting as the first all-out comedy superhero movie.
"Guardians of the Galaxy," based on a lesser-known quintet of Marvel heroes, brings some much-needed frivolity to comic-book movies.
A bouncy, boingy ball of candy-colored fun, "Wreck-It Ralph" is intended as pure entertainment for wee boys and girls.
"Carnage" is a movie that has the ideas and the potential to succeed but lacks the execution to make it enjoyable.
"Carnage" works better when seen as a master class in acting than a workable, believable story.
Non-traditional leading men like Russell Brand & Danny McBride have found themselves starring in a lot of movies lately. What makes for an unlikely movie star?
Original songs deserve some recognition, too, so here are some of the best of recent years.
Funny stuff, but it's still an odd companion piece to the free website.
"Step Brothers" — Will Ferrell's defensive and offensive rebound from sports films — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
"The Promotion" — a social satire about men vying to be a grocery-store manager — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Comedy? Drama? "Cyrus" defies categories. But you'll enjoy this splendidly acted observational film.
Director Paul Weitz goes for good dumb fun but misses the mark on "good" and "fun."