Robert Schwentke

Gun-toting geezers have a ball in risible crime caper.
Would the Hollywood studios please declare a moratorium on a suspension-of-disbelief syndrome which is infecting too many movies this year? The ruse was blatantly and badly employed in the execrable Knight and Day and in the otherwise far more...
A tearjerker of the transportational kind.
The timeless, translucent quality of true love is captured to surprisingly potent effect in German-born director Robert Schwenke’s adaptation of Audrey Niffenegger’s bestselling novel, The Time Traveller’s Wife. And that’s no small achievement,...
Flightplan almost gets to its destination but takes a big fat nosedive about half way through, throwing in some lame references to racial panic post-9/11.
Starring Jodie Foster, Flightplan is another Panic Room only this one�s at 30 000 feet! In it she plays Kyle Pratt, a recently widowed mother en route from Berlin to New York with the body of her husband on board. Also in tow is her young...