Posts Tagged ‘nick rogers’
Clever and comical, but cold and clinical, "Cabin" is a pleasant, if passionless, puzzle — a fan dance for fanboys that delivers the goods while tweaking them.
Taken on terms of arrested-adolescence action movies, "Lockout" finds itself in pass-fail territory. Consider it a success by way of social promotion.
Channing Tatum is an unexpected riot. The script has some fun, winking touches. The film is brazen, brash and blustery. Too bad it's not more of a blast.
Always beautiful to look at, but always an empty shell, "The Three Musketeers" is a busy, noisy gobbledygook of goofy action and dopey dialogue.
Too arty to settle for home-invasion scares and too laughably literal to unsettle with subtext, all that's left is an impressive technical exercise.
Far less ambitious and audacious than it thinks it is, "Project X" is the sort of party where there's too much booting and not enough rallying.
Great and awful aren't helpful extremes here. More applicable is whether it lets us think for ourselves or insist upon with-us-or-against-us patriotism.
The Film Yap asks a SEAL to determine whether "Act of Valor" lives up to alleged authenticity.