Comedy legend turns in a stinker.
On the 120 minutes of evidence presented in How Do You Know, the creative stratosphere in which James L. Brooks’ once soared (as the guiding force behind television milestones Taxi, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Simpsons and Oscar-winning...
Third instalment steers franchise back on course
Put simply, Meet the Parents: Little Fockers is nowhere near as good as 2000’s Meet the Parents, but neither is it as dismal as the repetitive 2004 sequel Meet the Fockers. Fittingly, for a film about ageing and adjusting your goals in life, it...
The great strength of director Wes Anderson is his eye for the eccentric and his ear for droll, naturalistic line delivery. It has served him well in all his films and he embraces it yet again, though to diminishing returns, in his adaptation of...
Big action movies usually leave me quite unmoved - I`m not such a special effects fan, and action without story or character I find boring. Which is why I was amazed at myself for getting so enthusiastically into the swing of things with...
Only worth it for the outstanding visual effects and production design.
Scientific researcher Dr. David Marrow, Liam Neeson, gathers together a group of guinea pigs supposedly to examine the causes of their insomnia, but his real agenda, unrevealed to his victims, is to examine the causes of fear, and that`s why he...