It may work on a smaller scale, but “San Andreas” outdoes even “2012” in terms of action-scene ridiculousness. Continue reading
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A fairly gripping tale of the heroin trade featured in “The French Connection” from a perspective across the Atlantic. Continue reading
This rejiggering of the 1982 classic is reminiscent of “Poseidon” or 2005’s “The Amityville Horror” — a significantly shorter simulacrum that works on its own single-serving terms.
A weird cotton candy concoction, “Tomorrowland” seems reluctant to reveal itself to its audience. Continue reading
An instant classic and an unforgettable, habit-forming rush you’ll crave continuously to mainline the reason we go to movies in the first place. Continue reading
A lush, great-looking adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel that sometimes struggles with depicting the human hearts beneath those Victorian frocks. Continue reading
“Kumiko the Treasure Hunter” is the sort of movie destined to be loved by critics, and not many others. Continue reading
Texas is a big state. By the time the credits roll on “Hot Pursuit,” you’ll feel like you’ve crossed it by car and taken the scenic route. Continue reading
The banter between the heroes amid their adventures is fun and everything, but this superhero sequel only feels truly great when the villain is on screen. Continue reading
Like its protagonist, this tender little faith-based film has no friends. I guess I’ll have to do. Continue reading