Filter:
The Theory Of Everything Covers Everything About Stephen Hawking Without Giving Us An Insight Into The Man - A Review

Unremarkable biopic about a remarkable man There’s a moment towards the end of The Theory of Everything that gives you an insight into the world of Stephen Hawking. Hawking (Eddy Redmayne) and his first wife Jane (Felicity Jones) are at Buck »»

Disney explores the deep emotion of loss with Big Hero 6 - A Review

A superhero film with a lot of heart. »»

Jake Gyllenhaal, A Night-owl Scavenger With A Camera In Nightcrawler: A Review

Is Jake Gyllenhaal's latest character this generation's Travis Bickle? »»

Keanu Reeves Is Dog's Best Friend In John Wick - A Review

Move over, Liam Neeson. It's time for Keanu Reeves' second act. »»

Brad Pitt Killing Nazis Again In David Ayer's Fury - A Review

The cops may be gone, but moral compromises still exist with Ayer's latest. »»

Fantastic Fest 2014 Review: Horns

Harry Potter gets a little horny. »»

Fantastic Fest 2014 Review: Cub

Fantastic Fest release pairs a cub scout camping trip with a creature that lurks in the woods. »»

The Sound And The Fury Of The Tribe At Fantastic Fest

Hypnotic sign-language drama may be the best of Fantastic Fest. »»

Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem Not For First Timers - A Review

A Terry Gilliam film ... not for the uninitiated. »»

Brett Ratner Is Still A Terrible Director ... And Other Things We Learned From 2014's Other Hercules Film (The One With Dwayne The Rock Johnson) - A Review

Right premise, wrong everything else Rush Hour seems more like an anomaly now than proof that Brett Ratner had any sort of genuine story-telling ability at any point in his career. He’s still strong in terms of how he visually tells a story »»

Featured Poll

Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

Recent Comments

Search Pulse

Author:

Zone:

Category: