The four of us are all on the same page on this overstuffed comic-book sequel: a little more conversation, a little less action, please.
Tom Hardy drives a car along a London motorway for an hour and a half, and it’s gripping. Alonso, Ben and I all went a little nuts for this brilliantly executed, low-budget drama.
Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann have some solid chemistry with each other in this comedy about scorned women seeking revenge. But then Kate Upton shows up, and the whole endeavor turns irretrievably slapsticky.
Paul Walker’s final completed film is an enjoyably trashy, English-language remake of the French action thriller “District B13.” It’s not a great movie but it’s a solid showcase for what Walker did best.
Johnny Depp takes over the Internet — which sounds like a frightening prospect, but it’s actually quite silly.
“Bears”! It’s about … bears. They’re cute and cuddly until they get hungry and angry. Matt, Alonso and I packed a pic-a-nic basket to discuss the latest Disneynature documentary.
Alonso, Matt and I were all shocked at how good “Draft Day” is. Great cast, it moves well and it provides a window into an important element of sports we don’t ordinarily get to see.
“Rio 2” comes to life during its colorful, lively musical numbers. But then they end, and you realize there isn’t much to the story — despite the many competing subplots. Matt and I aren’t exactly packing our bags and heading down there.
Yes, it’s a blockbuster about a comic book character. But “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” manages to be subversive as well as explosive, with strong performances from a great cast.
I love this movie so much, even though I’m not entirely certain what it’s about. Jonathan Glazer has crafted a stylish and strange sci-fi horror movie with a mesmerizing performance from Scarlett Johansson. If you’re up for a challenge, this is definitely worth seeking out.