Chernobyl Diaries is caught in an unsatisfying middle ground between traditional horror tropes.
The Raven is just about what most pre-release cynics had been anticipating - a bizarre mishmash of historical elements and subpar on-screen drama capped off with an underwhelming but serviceable performance.
Gone is a movie that should've been released in the straight-to-DVD market where it belongs.
If you're truly savvy about where you spend your money, you'll call it future late-night cable movie viewing.
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Overall Jennifer's Body is just a boring movie - punctuated by occasional humor and fewer scares - and sorry, no Megan Fox nudity.
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If all you care about is cool CGI effects this movie is for you - acting and plot? Move along, nothing to see here.
Don't waste your time on 'Zohan,' go watch 'Kung Fu Panda' instead.
This movie drives an already silly premise straight into the ground, primarily with a weak script and uneven direction.
This movie took an intriguing idea and ran it straight into the ground with a weak script and lousy direction.
Except for bad acting, a bad soundtrack, and a bad script, it's not that bad a movie.
A disappointing mess. The script and direction are sub-par, and you could open a fish market with all the red herrings in the story.
A lame attempt to cash in on both franchises, but if you skip the first half of the movie, the second half provides some worthwhile action.
Anchorman might have made a good 3 minute skit, but there's not enough here to fill a movie that feels like it's 4 hours long.