There's a lot to love in the new Star Wars movie. There are also things that make you scratch your head bloody.
We saw Star Wars
before you did. Does it live up to expectations?
Being stuck looking like Blake Lively for 70 years must be tough.
Orson Scott Card's masterpiece is finally here, but is the movie worth the wait?
The thriller hits DVD. Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman would prefer it didn't.
Race and sports collide in the feel-good sports drama.
Ender's Game is one of my favorite books of all time. But will it be a good movie?
There are bad movies, and then there are a movies that commit a greater sin: they don't live up to our lofty expectations. These are the most disappointing movies of 2011.
I apparently forgot to write and publish my Cowboys & Aliens
movie review, so here it is. Yeah, I know you've been waiting breathlessly.
Directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man), Cowboys and Aliens could be the last big blockbuster of the summer - win an out-of-this-world prize pack.
From director Roger Michell (Venus, Notting Hill) and writer Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada, 27 Dresses) comes Morning Glory, a funny, witty behind-the-scenes look into all the glory and ugliness of early morning TV. Rachel McAdams stars as a rising TV producer, who, after being laid off from her job, begins work at […]
Oh, how far has Harrison Ford fallen? Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was supposed to resurrect his career, but instead it just seemed to reaffirm people’s suspicions that he is a bit of a has-been, a man whose best movies are behind him. Personally, I believe he still has a few […]
George Lucas, who doesn’t inspire much confidence these days after three so-so Star Wars prequels and an Indiana Jones movie that could have, should have, could have so easily been so much better, is on my good side for the day. While Indiana Jones 5 is still just an idea bouncing around in his head […]
A little while ago, I reviewed Volume One of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, and my only real complaint is that it only contained the adventures of the very young Indiana Jones, which means the stories were more family oriented and almost Disney-like at times. However, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Two […]