The summer movie season blazes wide open to make room for Iron Man the first of many superhero flicks!
A truly grand wondrous larger-than-life film this Tom Cruise vehicle is a credit to hero epics like Braveheart that have drawn too many wannabes like the grandiose Gladiator.
WARNING: Avoid this movie at all costs! This unfunny comedy about a young couple who buy into a Brooklyn duplex and are tormented by a not-so-sweet old woman is simply boring. Consider this a public service announcement.
The film is as fast-paced and madcap as any Looney Tunes cartoon only bigger longer and uncut! It is an enthusiastic picture for adults and children alike.
This film attempts to draw on our secret fantasies of dating movie stars but falls short. At worst an effort in voyeurism its attempt to become a cutesy romance is awkward and weak.
Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz both deliver spectacular performances in this film about a woman who takes a man and molds him into something more.
This tale of a collection of British women in their elder years who bare all for a calender in order to raise money for a dying friend. While it featured a few funny moments this story is largely dull.
With the proliferation of remakes these days we took a look at how one recent remake Texas Chainsaw Massacre compared directly to its predecessor. And according to our writer wonders if the original was actually a horror or a comedy.
While this film is filled with spectacular performances -- Penn received an Oscar for his role -- the jarring quality of the storytelling takes more away from the actors than it gives.
Some still remember John Cusack as the geeky teen in such 80s classics as Say Anything and Better off Dead. In this film Cusack is anything but gawky in a fast-paced thriller about jury tampering.