Don't waste your time on this pitiful excuse for a time travel movie that is terrible in every way: acting, dialogue, music, and plot.
The Village is suspenseful, creepy, and provides a number of good scares.
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.
If you enjoyed The Bourne Identity you'll enjoy this worthy sequel, that except for some overly jumpy camera work and editing, delivers.
The Bourne Identity is a definitive action/spy movie with a cool lead character and a plot that won't insult your intelligence.
Fahrenheit 9/11 has a few valid points to make, but the rest of it either falls flat or comes across as disingenuous.
Spider-Man 2 is better than the original on most every level.
Except for one miscast role and an over the top ending, Dodgeball is a crude but extremely funny satire of the fitness industry.
The Chronicles of Riddick's amazing production design and action make up for the huge plot holes in this surprisingly decent movie.
The Day After Tomorrow is mindless entertainment with cool effects worth renting once.
Chicago is a technically well made film that glorifies all that is rotten in the human spirit.
Shrek 2 is a witty followup to the original film that while very funny, contains a few scenes that are inappropriate for kids.
Kill Bill Vol. 2 is gory, but if you're old enough to be a fan of 70's kung fu movies you'll revel in this tribute.
Dungeons & Dragons is one of the most unintentionally funny movies ever made & one of the worst. Perfect for those who can appreciate terrible movies.
The Passion of the Christ is a brutal, moving, and eye opening depiction of what Jesus endured to pay for our sins.
Peter Pan is a magical film that is great viewing for kids and adults alike.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is an exhilarating and emotional trilogy finale that must be seen on the big screen.
The Matrix Revolutions is a disappointing finale to what started out as an amazing concept.