This movie has one of the finest casts imaginable... what a joy to watch them work together. And this movie actually has a point to make.
Probably the wierdest movie you've never heard of, a bizarre combination of Monty Python, Mad Magazine, Freaks and Airplane!.
You'll forget about this terribly miscast movie (that is *almost* made bearable by Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans) as soon as you leave the theater.
The visual effects are impressive and the crew does a technically competent job. The heart and warmth we've come to expect from Spielberg is missing.
Chris Nolan has brought us a vision of Batman that feels real, true, and yes, even plausible.
With far more strong points than weak, the curse of Episodes I & II has been lifted at last.
A surprisingly dramatic martial arts film.
This movie took an intriguing idea and ran it straight into the ground with a weak script and lousy direction.
A gritty, violent, and overall impressive film that may not go over big with the general public.
Sadly, this superfluous sequel follows the time-honored Hollywood tradition of being vastly inferior to its predecessor.
Who knew Charlie Kaufman could write a compelling love story? Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet are perfectly cast in this movie.
Except for bad acting, a bad soundtrack, and a bad script, it's not that bad a movie.
Short version: Not so much a remake, as a different take on the original that is actually more horror movie and less social commentary.
Very forgettable, but fun while it lasts. Unfortunately, a hole-riddled story squanders a thought provoking theme.
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.
While sometimes visually stunning this, movie suffers tremendously from a weak script. Mostly, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a better movie.
A hyperkinetic, Looney Toons inspired combination of kung fu, comedy and action that will leave you alternately awestruck and laughing out loud.
Another Japanese example of how a low-key approach to horror can be more effective than a gore/special effects laden mega-budget movie.
Another series that started out awesome but should have quit after the first movie.