Neil LaBute’s two-person play-on-film is ‘too much method, and not enough madness.’
“Hours is Paul Walker’s Cast Away.”
A love letter to Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins, and ugly hate mail to the original author.
Fast & Furious 6 is awesome, but the preview of Fast & Furious 7 may make audiences uncomfortable after the recent death of Paul Walker.
Fred Topel says one amazing action sequence isn’t enough to save The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
“Even though he airballs the finale… Peter Jackson does bring the old magic back.”
The Aussie thriller Swerve is “an inoffensive and middle-of-the-road scrap of ’90s-flavored scuzz cinema.”
Fred Topel pits the summer’s two big family movie sequels against each other in a fight to the “meh.”
“Pleasantly peculiar, cynically funny, hurtfully playful, and oddly authentic, Inside Llewyn Davis is one of the best films of the year.”
Christian Bale and Casey Affleck star in a movie that’s too serious to be taken seriously.
“I have a feeling there’s going to be a double dip special edition of The Wolverine.”
Although very shoddy, this new documentary about Bettie Page is worth seeing for the pinup icon’s own feisty voice.
What Kasi Lemmons did was a rousing success. It’s the film to see this Christmas.
Frozen is entertaining enough, but – like much of Disney’s animated output – feels entirely too much like a product for its own good.
“If you’ve never seen the original, you’re bound to be impressed.”
“Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg play two characters I would love to have seen in a better movie.”
“Statham still fights real good.”
“RED 2 is the perfect Blu-ray to put on while you’re doing something else.”
“THIS was the comedy smash of the summer?”
Vince Vaughn impregnated 533 women and Delivery Man can’t convince William Bibbiani that’s not creepy.