Ever since Nia Vardalos burst on to the movie scene with “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” she’s been hoping to match that success with another film. [...]
Considering the fact that I never watched the Seventies television show “Land of the Lost,” and adding in the reality that I have never found Will Ferrell particularly funny, it seemed like a lost cause to go and see “Land of the Lost,” his new theatrical spin on that old TV series.
You know you are really drunk when you try to pull Woody Allen's pants off over his head. You know you are hung over when you have to read the address of the envelope on the dresser to figure out where you are.
If a zombie movie had been done by Alfred Hitchcock, maybe it would have been “Pontypool.” It is what isn’t seen in this movie that makes it particularly creepy. [...]
Run, do not walk, to your local movie theater to catch “UP.” The latest animated feature from the incredibly creative folks at Pixar (and Walt Disney, their distributor) is perhaps the most wonderful movie they have made yet.
Maybe it is simply to offset this movie, but just about a week ago, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist announced he was going to run for the U. S. Senate as a Republican. [...]
It’s nice to know that you can go home again with “Drag Me To Hell,” Sam. Even if it means opening a creaky, but familiar door to a nuanced nightmare torture chamber. [...]
The big question about this little movie called “Little Ashes” is whether it ever really would have been released were it not for break-out star Robert Pattinson, who played the sexy vampire Edward Cullen in “Twilight.”
It isn’t often that a documentary about two guys who are basically losers makes you stand up and cheer when the credits roll, but that is exactly what happened the night I saw “Anvil: The Story of Anvil.” And it wasn’t just me, it was the whole theater going crazy.
A long time ago, but many, many years after the original iconic “Star Trek” television show had been off the air (it ran from 1966 to 1969), I came up with my own “Star Trek” theory. [...]