Kidnap love story fails to captivate.
TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: Even Jason Reitman, whose new film Labor Day [sic] premiered at Telluride this weekend, was embarrassed by his introduction. Before a Friday afternoon screening, a Los Angeles critic introduced Reitman as the heir to...
Rust sets into an original action hero franchise.
In director Jon Favreau’s much-anticipated sequel, Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)’s most pressing concern is the volatility of his life force, palladium. The fuel that keeps him alive is stored in the glowing reactor in his chest cavity,...
She's just not that into you.
I'm not entirely sure how it gets away with it, but 500 Days of Summer manages to bluff a disdain for the conventions of the romantic comedy genre, even as it plays to familiar beats. It has no right to be as delightful as it is. And yet here we...
A perfectly fine family comedy from Carrey and co.
Working from the assumption that very few of the target audience will be familiar with the details of its 1939 source novel, director Mark Waters plants his camera and mostly lets Jim Carrey work his comedic schtick (and, thankfully, his dramatic...

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