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Weak jokes and even weaker drama.
Cloverfield was a monster movie with plenty of encounters with the monster, plus some indelible images and a capable cast.
A winning, gorgeously animated story about anthropomorphic animals living in relative harmony in a bustling metropolis.
A lukewarm, corn chowder retread of White House Down, strained through Die Hard, Under Siege, Air Force One and dozens of others.
Though comically stylized, WTF, starring Tina Fey, feels genuine.
A cacophony of garish special effects and loud, blustery action.
Did you see Mark Rylance in Bridge of Spies?
The real story must not have been interesting enough because the filmmakers turned an underdog sports story into a sappy, contrived comedy.
The opening sequence recalls Michael Mann’s crime epic Heat and then ...
They’ve successfully recaptured all of the terribleness of Full House, while updating it with new terribleness marketed at a self-aware, pseudo-ironic audience of millennials.
Director and co-writer Kevin Reynolds manages to take the story of Jesus’ resurrection and turn it into CSI: Jerusalem.
An overabundance of quality is a good problem to have.