Vin Diesel and his slacker daredevils battle agents who want to take over the world in a loud, pushy adventure just good enough for fans of the series.
M. Night Shyamalan’s thrilling and satisfying return to form showcases an entertaining, multi-faceted role for James McAvoy.
The action is relentless, and the results monotonous.
Three teens try to outsmart the bogeyman in this formulaic but well-executed fright flick.
Though generic in the extreme, 'Monster Trucks' still boasts a charming throwback feel.
This genial religious-themed dramedy is refreshingly lacking in preachiness.
Heterosexual viewers might need a warning regarding the unbridled, homoerotic and lengthy opening of what is ultimately a very fine film with something to say to everyone.
Writer-director Christopher Smith’s crude slab of pulp fiction has a few nifty twists—and a painfully retrograde attitude towards its female characters.
A simplistic if beautifully rendered tale of island abandon.
A stylistically competent narrative debut that sadly buries its humanism underneath a whimsical surface and generates more apathy than empathy for the small-time criminals at its center.
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