Rating: You can piss and moan all you want, but who could resist a film where Helena Bonham Carter plays a one-legged prostitute with a hidden talent for firing lead from her artificial… Continue reading
Rating: Yes, though Kon-Tiki is a foreign film, 90% of it is in English. Don’t ask me to explain.
Rating: This Star Trek captures all of the goofy charm that made the TV series so loveable. How can you miss it when the great Leonard Nimoy makes a guest appearance? (Warning: Spoilers)
Rating: What if Osama bin Laden made funny home movies? Ben Kingsley is about to provide you with a walk through the devil’s park.
Rating: In the words of my 14-year old grandson, Connor, and his friend Dylan, “We both kinda liked it, but we didn’t understand any of it.”
Rating: In describing Franco’s wizard, “Great and Powerful” does not come to mind.
Director Singer’s film has already been unfairly dismissed as a lost cause. It’s actually a fun ride, particularly if you can coax a teenager to see it with you.
There is magic with any journey that begins in The Shire, particularly if Gollum lurks. Rating: Needs to be seen at the IMAX if possible, but at least in 3D.