Posts Tagged ‘Steve Martin’
Animated movies are so outstanding these days that merely-good flicks like "Home" have the patina of disappointment about them.
This is classic Mamet — a labyrinthine plot entrapping a common man into an axiomatic contrivance of grand proportion. Mamet reveals only what we need to know, when we need to know it.
A fun, disposable piece of animated entertainment that the whole family can enjoy while wishing it had set its sights a bit higher.
Under director Carl Reiner’s devilishly deft touch, "All of Me" is 1944 by way of 1984, but its true timelessness emanates in Steve Martin's epic performance.
This tribute to feathered friends with an all-star cast should soar but never gets its wings.
Six alternative Christmas movies to knock the festive spirit out of you.
"Traitor" — combining the "Bourne" films' geopolitical savvy with "24's" adrenaline — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
An inoffensive and sometimes fun movie that probably could have been more, but so what?