Mortdecai lacks the wit and charm that would've been necessary for this farcical pastiche to work, resulting in another disappointment from Johnny Depp.
Taken 3 takes the franchise past the point of absurdity - purely for the sake of selling a third series installment.
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death is yet another example that not all successful horror movies have what it takes to become successful horror franchises.
As a movie, 'Ouija' is as silly and flimsy as your average store-bought Ouija board.
Into the Storm is another found footage failure - a gimmicky natural disaster film that fails to provide exciting tornado action or impactful human drama.
By the time this film draws to a close, it will have accomplished little more than being a glorified 90-minute distraction for kids.
A handful of highlights prevent the movie from being a complete misfire but it's hard to recommend Brick Mansions to anyone but filmgoers who just want to see Paul Walker on the big screen.
If not for the strength of the cast and crew, Sabotage wouldn't even be worth a mention.
In spite of a subject matter rife with potential, Pompeii does little to educate or entertain moviegoers.
Legend of Hercules feels like a glorified Syfy movie that lacks the cheekiness necessary to make the whole experience a so-bad-it's-good B-movie viewing.
The absence of decent intellectual/emotional payoff during Parkland's second and third acts ultimately make the overall viewing experience too manipulative.
There's not nearly enough quality material to make Battle of the Year recommendable (much less, accessible) to anyone other than the most hard-core of dance fanatics.
The story and the movie are both sub-par, forgettable - and worst of all, crushingly boring by the end.
Only God Forgives is only going to be (remotely) pleasurable to those who are curious fans of the director's work, or those who indulge in arthouse films.
Forgiving viewers (and Deados) may find some enjoyment in R.I.P.D. but the film is so choppy and half-baked that living, thinking, moviegoers are better off letting this one rest in peace.
Broken City is only worthwhile for die-hard fans of the actors involved, or those who don't need a clear narrative to enjoy a gritty odyssey through the underbelly of NYC.
There's little to no reason to reward or encourage any of the people involved to continue making these kind of off-putting (and instantly disposable) raunch-fests.
Texas Chainsaw 3D is an interesting idea but the execution of the film falls short in nearly every way imaginable.