Directed by John Madden, the film is old-fashioned, safe and resistant to stray from its comfort zone — like visiting a foreign country and only eating the foods you already know you like.
The cheap visual effects are so bad that you'll be wondering if you misplaced your 3-D glasses.
Film takes a while to get going as it establishes all those characters and back stories, but once there, it seems to have nowhere to go
Filmmaker selectively leaves enough bad guys standing for no apparent reason other than the prospects of a sequel — no, please
You probably haven't been lying awake in bed at night wondering whatever became of Stifler and Oz and the rest of the horny kids from the original “American Pie” movie.
Stop reading this review right now. Go see “The Cabin in the Woods,” then come back and we can have a conversation about it. Just trust me on this. The less you know going into it, the better.
“Love in the Buff” (春嬌與志明) is a revelation on the sophistication of romantic relationships in urban Hong Kong and mainland China today.
The film speed of 24 frames-per-second barely outruns the relentless pace of pummeling that thumps through the Indonesian martial arts flick “The Raid: Redemption.”