It turns out to be more Nicholas Sparks than Wong Kar-wai.
The remake features strong comedy with an impressively talented cast, but eventually ends up overwhelmed by the demands of its large-scale action storyline.
It doesn’t offer much of a twist on the familiar high-school setting, or even on the idea that teachers and administrators are despicable.
With Outlaws and Angels, the Vegas native has a burgeoning career as a filmmaker.
It's already the highest-grossing homegrown movie of all time in New Zealand.
No amount of style can compensate for the aimless ugliness of the story.
Has an undercover agent in a movie ever gotten in just deep enough?
Will Jon Jones headline another milestone fight?
The drawn-out, plodding miniseries stretches every one of its meager strengths beyond its breaking point.
Basing a movie on a Craigslist ad leaves a lot of room for embellishment.
It’s a solid summer time-passer as eager to please as an adorable dog wagging its tail.
At this rate, the next sequel might turn out to be a genuinely good movie.