Buckle up and let Ryan Gosling and director Nicolas Winding Refn take you on this year’s most satisfying cinematic thrill ride.
Steven Soderbergh’s startling portrait of a world ravaged by a super-virus is a smart, scary thrill ride.
Director Jon Favreau’s genre mashup makes for both a dull Western and a mediocre piece of science fiction, but Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford manage to ride into town and save at least part of the day.
The final stand-alone character adventure before next summer’s Marvel mash-up, The Avengers, is a highly enjoyable, often rousing and deeply satisfying comic book fable.
The final adventure of The Boy Who Lived is a grand, operatic and richly satisfying curtain call filled with astonishing spectacle, rich emotion and, above all, powerful performances.
Jason Statham is back — somehow — for more full-speed, full-adrenaline cartoon mayhem as he races against time to get his heart back. Literally.
Director Martin Campbell’s noisy, cluttered adaptation of DC’s gonzo comic book series is a glowing, greeny mess.
This origin story/reboot from director Matthew Vaughn is the best X-Men movie to date.
There can be only one, and this first installment in the increasingly silly fantasy series is definitely the best.
The big, loud and blustery set pieces, nifty creature effects (zombies! nekkid mermaids!) and the nimble antics of Captain Jack Sparrow make the fourth Pirates movie an enjoyable voyage, even if it won’t quite shiver your timbers.
I usually wait until the final paragraph before finally telling you whether the film I am reviewing is actually good or not. It’s pretty much the number one trick of the trade. This time, however, I can’t hold it back.
Mat 17th is the DVD/ Blu-ray release date for ‘The Mechanic’ and Memorial Day is just a few weeks later. Check out these Statham worthy tips to help you get a head start on the Summer cookout season.
Test your might. Excellent.
Check out The Mechanic on DVD/Blu-ray May 17th and 10 photos that have us thinking Jason Statham may be some kind of super human.
Groundhog Day with explosions? No, it’s not. This time-warping thriller is absolutely worth your $10 this weekend.