Memory stands out from the other Liam Neeson action movies because it finally addresses how age affects even the deadliest among us.
Scream entertains by not straying too far from the same old formula, but this retread didn’t wow or surprise me in the least.
The 355 can best be summarized as stunts, shootouts and fight sequences in search of a believable plot to wrap around them.
Nightmare Alley suffers from pacing issues as it essentially packs two movies into one.
Halloween Kills suffers from sloppy writing and a terrible sequence that ultimately gut the movie instead of handing out a treat.
The bumps along the way quickly disappear in the rearview mirror, leaving you alone to enjoy the rest of the ride.
In his latest film, Father Time is the one offering up the infamous line, “Go ahead, make my day.”
Candyman transcends standard horror fare because of creative filmmaking choices and a believable cast.
The plot methodically seeps into every dark corner of your mind.
The shaky supports of the final act give way completely, plunging what’s left of our interest into the dark, cold abyss.
Statham is more calm and reserved under fire than the Terminator.