Latest '2 star movies' News

  • The Hangover Part II

    Does ‘The Hangover Part II’ live up to the comedy gold of the first film? Does re-hashing the same exact concept work the second time around? Read our review and find out.

    (109) by Vic Holtreman
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

    Will ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’ have you singing ‘it’s a pirate’s life for me’ or will the film leave you begging for parley? Read our review to find out.

    (122) by Ben Kendrick
  • Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

    Brandon Routh returns as another comic book-turned film character in ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night.’ But does the film deliver a howling good time or just another soulless story?

    (21) by Ben Kendrick
  • Arthur

    Does director Jason Winer’s ‘Arthur’ remake starring Russell Brand live up to Dudley Moore’s iconic performance? Or is the film just an attempt to capitalize on a beloved brand? Read our review to find out.

    (24) by Ben Kendrick
  • Sucker Punch

    Is Zack Snyder’s ‘Sucker Punch’ a story of self-empowerment and fantasy worlds, a dream come true – or just another over-the-top action film with slow-motion cinematography?

    (364) by Ben Kendrick
  • Paul

    ‘Paul’ has too much message and profanity – and not enough laughs to make up for either.

    (308) by Vic Holtreman
  • Rango

    Is ‘Rango,’ Gore Verbinski’s CGI animated film about a heroic chameleon (Johnny Depp) in a small western town, the hero we’ve been waiting for – or, like the cowboy, a relic from another era?

    (87) by Ben Kendrick
  • Hall Pass

    The Farrelly Brothers return with their latest comedy, ‘Hall Pass’ starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis. Read our review to find out if you’ll want to pass on the film – or renew your vows with the Farrellys.

    (19) by Ben Kendrick
  • I Am Number Four

    ‘I Am Number Four’ infuses teen romance with alien action – but is it blended well enough to make the film enjoyable for all? Read our review to find out.

    (58) by Roth Cornet
  • Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

    Justin Bieber has gone from unknown talent to international superstar in only a few years, but is there enough of a story in his 16-year-old life to sustain a feature-length documentary?

    (187) by Mike Eisenberg
  • The Eagle

    ‘The Eagle’ is a Roman epic that’s more arthouse drama than action-packed thrill ride. But does it still make for an engaging afternoon at the cinema? Read our review to find out.

    (25) by Sandy Schaefer
  • The Rite

    ‘The Rite’ is an average and predictable exorcism flick, whose only distinguishable feature is the wild theatricality of Anthony Hopkins.

    (21) by Kofi Outlaw
  • The Green Hornet

    If you enjoy watching a lead character that’s so annoying and such a jerk that you’d like to punch him in the face yourself, then ‘The Green Hornet’ is for you.

    (150) by Vic Holtreman
  • Season of the Witch

    Even with suspect dialog, over-emphasized delivery, borderline hammy acting and low budget CG effects ‘Season of the Witch’ somehow manages to actually be entertaining.

    (57) by Paul Young
  • Yogi Bear

    Despite the fact that ‘Yogi Bear’ has plenty of flaws, it’s a movie aimed squarely at the 10 and under crowd – but with far fewer childish jokes and sight gags than one would imagine.

    (12) by Paul Young
  • The Tourist

    The defining characteristics of ‘The Tourist’ are its overt efforts to emphasize that Angelina Jolie is beautiful and that Johnny Depp is a ‘regular guy.’

    (40) by Vic Holtreman
  • The Warrior's Way

    ‘The Warrior’s Way’ is an odd duck of a movie – and that doesn’t even include the wire-fu/Western combination.

    (23) by Vic Holtreman
  • Skyline

    ‘Skyline,’ the alien invasion film from the Brothers Strause, has invaded a theater near you – but will the flashing blue lights of the movie grab you?

    (103) by Ben Kendrick
  • Saw 3D

    ‘Saw 3D’ will certainly appeal to fans who have stuck with the ‘Saw’ franchise through the previous six films, however the 3D doesn’t really offer anything new.

    (44) by Ben Kendrick
  • My Soul to Take

    Wes Craven’s latest horror-thriller, ‘My Soul to Take’ is an uneven film with too much melodrama to be a serious character piece – and not enough scares to give audiences a memorable fright-fest.

    (13) by Ben Kendrick