Chris Morris's Four Lions works surprisingly well, because it dares to not obsess over the inherently daunting idea of laughing at those who wish to kill us.
Be not shaken nor stirred 007 fans, James Bond will indeed be back. Buried in a Bloomberg article detailing MGM's bankruptcy filings, there is a nugget that states MGM intends to have another James Bond film in theaters.
Despite the token entertainment value and the nostalgia that's sure to come from seeing all of your favorite heroes being given a token mention, Secret Origins: the Story of DC Comics is shockingly uninformative.
None of the additions to this Blu-Ray edition radically affect the movie: It's still an unevenly-paced, ripping adventure story that works on a visual and emotional level.
The film shows its roots as a stage play. As a flowing narrative, it is a bit choppy. But it works as it was intended: a tone poem that showcases several terrific actresses who are given material worthy of their talents.
Megamind was at the top of the box office for the second (and final) time this weekend. The second super-villain animated film the year took in another $30 million.
This seventh and penultimate chapter stands proud as the very first out-and-out great Harry Potter picture. It's easily the best of the series, one of the best films of the year, and a towering achievement.
Faster 2010 95 minutesrated R by Scott Mendelson The most surprising thing about Faster is that it's not. It's not a thrill-a-minute action romp, nor...
If you're considering seeing the film but worry that it will be too much for you, don't sweat it. Like many of the most intense and/or scary moments in cinema history, it's more about what you think you're seeing than what you're actually seeing.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I won the weekend derby, but Disney's Tangled had a smashing debut that set a record for a three-day opening weekend for a standard Disney (i.e., not Pixar) cartoon.
The most impressive thing about Walt Disney's Tangled is that it manages to incorporate nearly every standard element of the classic Disney fairytale without being about any of those things.