WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! Edward Scissorhands is definitely flawed. The ending is a predictable Saturday-matinee mob scene. The plot is loosely hung on a frame-work of stock characters and a fairy-tale…
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! Battle Royale got a lot of press when the first Hunger Games movie came out. Hipsters were up in arms with protestations of “Rip off!” and “It’s…
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! When I was a teenager, my neighbors let my parents borrow a bootleg VHS tape of Crumb, the documentary of underground cartoonist Robert Crumb. The cassette was…
Decapitation, electroshock therapy…this is a Disney movie??
By Inkoo Kang Perhaps the most fun that can be derived from the inept action-comedy R.I.P.D. is identifying which movies it borrows from. Men in Black is certainly its greatest…
“Brad Pitt” and “zombies” gets this movie about 85% of the way there, and that might be enough.
Then again, your father’s Superman is dead.
It’s not so great…
Really, go see it. NOW.
A review by Inkoo Kang…
If you’re in the mood for a comedy, you can do a lot worse than this film.
Not without its flaws, but worth a watch.
And I hate 3D conversions.
The film was great, but there’s a bigger issue…
A solid update, even if it never quite overtakes the 1985 original.
It’s bad, man.
Our look at one of the four greatest Twilight films ever made.
Go and see the Muppets, and if you don’t like it, go straight to hell.
I watched this crap so you don’t have to.
I’ve heard of biting the umbilical cord, but this is ridiculous.
Everything you need to know to fake a conversation about the film with a girl you’re trying to sleep with.
Break out the PBR!
Not a bad flick, provided you’re a bad person.
Although it’s the black sheep of the Tarantino film family, hopefully it will get its due with this excellent Blu-ray release.
It’s by far the best father-son fighting-robot movie I’ve seen this week.
Highly recommended for the picture and sound upgrades alone, as well as a great catalog of extras.
This movie sucks ass…no, really.
The producers figured audiences might enjoy a film about Brad Pitt more than they would a film about statistical analysis.
‘Contagion’ doesn’t care if you feel bad for these people.