Spanning across time, this visually-striking and ambitiously sprawling epic is sure to polarize viewers. Read our Cloud Atlas review here for our thoughts.
With its aversion to risk-taking, The Oranges turns out to merely be a batch of yellow-bellied lemons. There’s no turning this sour production into lemonade.
If you can manage to scrape past the hype surrounding Silver Linings Playbook and watch it on its own merits, then there’s definitely enough to enjoy.
Replete with charming characters, this film is hard not to enjoy on a more intimate level as you get sucked into the lives of these people.
Exciting, bold, stylish and full of wit, Django Unchained is everything we love about Quentin Tarantino’s work.
We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. Wait, wrong movie. We’re off to see the selfish philanderer/con artist Oscar Diggs (better known as Oz) as he discovers the Land of Oz.
Mix The Breakfast Club with House on a Haunted Hill. Add a dash of Poltergeist. Top it off with a layer of I Know What You Did Last Summer. Sounds like a tasty dish, no?
All in all, John died well before the end of this movie. In fact, beyond the first 15 minutes, John Dies at the End is like one giant misstep.
In a world where Snookie is idolized by young girls, Honey Boo Boo has her own show, and Kim Kardashian is famous for, well…being a whore, it’s obvious things aren’t right.