Reporting from the Los Angeles Film Festival, Fred Topel reviews You’re Next. He calls it “awesome” four times.
Thrilling special effects and a global scale almost make up for World War Z’s perfunctory zombie movie cliches.
For fans of obscure arthouse cinema (and I know you’re out there), The Criterion Collection’s new release of Marketa Lazarová is a must.
Fred Topel says the Snitch Blu-ray is “slick,” but the actual movie is the worst of of 2013.
Fred Topel sifts through the new high-definition Clint Eastwood 20 Film Collection Blu-ray and points out the classics, the duds and all the oddities.
The Criterion Collection releases one of master director Ingmar Bergman’s more lighthearted films on Blu-ray.
“The makers of This is the End deserve a medal.”
“Oz the Great and Powerful may replace the Wachowskis Speed Racer as the reference disc for bright colors.”
“Man of Steel is, by far, the best Superman movie ever made.”
Too eager for exciting giant monster vs. giant robot action? Here’s your lead up to Guillermo Del Toro’s film.
“They should have called it ‘Comedy Movie: The Movie.’”
The Criterion Collection unearths and cleans up a pair of excellent American westerns from the 1950s.
“Unnerving enough to elevate a by-the-numbers home invasion flick into something worthy of greater attention.”
“A Good Day to Die Hard would only be disappointing if I expected it to be good. And why would anyone expect that?”
“I’ll give Warm Bodies this: it’s much better than a season two episode of ‘The Walking Dead,’ and more fun than season three.”
“Sharp, smartly acted and squirmy.”
“Now You See Me has the potential to become a magical Fast & Furious franchise.”
“A Will Smith movie consisting almost entirely of Will Smith watching a Jaden Smith movie.”
Two independent female-centric spy thrillers opening this weekend enter, one independent female-centric spy thriller opening this weekend leaves.