Posts Tagged ‘spy’
"Jurassic World" tops the nine-figure mark again while "Inside Out" sets a record for original-movie openers.
"Spy" leads the weekend pack with a somewhat underwhelming $30 million gross; "Insidious Chapter 3" opens strong, "Entourage" does not.
This week's show includes reviews of "Spy," "Barely Lethal," "Sunshine Superman," "Entourage," "Love & Mercy" and "Insidious Chapter 3," plus "Jupiter Ascending" on video.
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence saves this spy spoof, which has several gut-busting laughs along with long stretches of dullness.
INDIANAPOLIS! Win passes to see the new comedy “Spy” starring Melissa McCarthy and Jason Statham,Tuesday June 2nd at 7 pm! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post. ABOUT SPY: Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst, and […]
A rougher, nuttier Bond film whose excesses prove to be both its strength and weakness.
Although this biopic is mostly engaging, the truth of Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee's lives may be stranger and stronger than its historical fiction.
Kenneth Branagh and company take a swing at Tom Clancy's famous CIA analyst, Jack Ryan, with rather lackluster results.
Often to the detriment of what makes Bond Bond, "Quantum" doesn't slow down for much. But when it does, it does so for the right reasons.
By the end of this grand, bold reinvention, we know the soul, the complexity and the exciting potential in Craig’s characterization of Bond going forward.
After the turgid "Thunderball," this stunner rights Bond's ship with imaginative action, impeccable design and flourishes that bury the needle on coolness.
Nick's weekly look back at the James Bond series begins with "Dr. No," comparatively low-key to subsequent films but a fascinating look at Bond before "Bond."
Guns fire. Cars careen. Paintballs hit crotches. Reese Witherspoon bugs her eyes. Chris Pine acts like an ass. Tom Hardy looks disinterested. Repeat. Vomit.
An electrifying, sensually charged film of hand-to-hand combat that benefits from the scintillating presence of MMA fighter Gina Carano in her natural element.