Sicko diagnoses American health care
I suspect that Moore had altruistic motives in presenting the case studies of victims of HMOs, hospitals, and drug companies in his movie.
Brad Bird cooks up a masterpiece
Family. We spend lifetimes breaking away from them, forging our own path, only to discover it leads back to the same place.
David Bowie in tights
Of course I imagined I was Jennifer Connelly.
The Shining gets squeezed
If you know your Stephen King, then you know haunted hotels have killer pasts.
The franchise proves aptly named
The Die Hard series was about as animated as Rocky’s face until director Len Wiseman restored it to its kinetic essence.
A summer wipeout
Even as a 10-year-old Marvel Comics fan, I knew that the Silver Surfer was a dumb character.
The movie of the summer for the timid Christian paranoiacs
Finally, the 21st-century redo of the Oh, God!
Passion ignites at an animal-themed costume party
Love means never having to admit you deserve better than a dour dork with nunchucks.
A Cain-and-Abel style story
The film's humor and warmth are as natural as its actors’ exposed genitals.
A new-age vanity project
Ray’s smug smile tells us that “I’m sitting with the Dalai Lama!” is all that’s running through his head.
Winterbottom, Jolie lose Heart
No one will know what Danny Pearl felt as he was kidnapped, held prisoner, and beheaded by jihadist fanatics.
A vast but uneven period piece
The lack of focus on the main characters and some bad artistic choices cause the film to slip beneath the waves of its own ambitious vision.
A wonder of a bio-pic in lush, matted reds
As Piaf, Marion Cotillard is a lioness in the guise of a bird, with large, luminescent eyes that serve as windows into the singer’s troubled soul.
A same-sex Harold and Maude
Who would have thought that happiness was just a leap across the generation gap?
Ocean's Thirteen is the better sequel
Cut a guy’s dick off and feed it to a dog? Just more leftovers.
A chronicle of Vincent "Buddy" Cianci's chaotic career
Buddy is as irresistible as its subject, and an essential primer of American politics.
Nancy Drew lifts off on screen
Andrew Fleming’s Nancy Drew kicks off with a mystery that eluded even our supersleuth.
Surf's Up wipes out
Is it coincidence or homage that a fat, sullen penguin in this animated dud resembles Michael Moore?
A warm and fuzzy film
Brian Jun’s film owes more to the family values of the Reagan era than its anarchic characters and hardscrabble style would indicate.
Anything but predictable
Like its predecessor, Timur Bekmambetov’s Day Watch is a muddled fantasy epic.
A precise and weighty drama
More than anything, the film is a portrait of how children deal with such grief, through violence, silence, music, and prayer.
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