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.
Smarter than the Tim Burton ‘Planet of the Apes’, but even more one-dimensional.
A body swapping comedy that’s more focused on poop and butt hole jokes.
This is how you do a romantic comedy.
It’s a grand, fantastic world full of big adventure and high concept.
Ultimately, it becomes the typical Hollywood comedy that tries to get serious in the end.
A fun origin story with the heart of an underdog really experiencing the wonder of his new powers.
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The performances make this a fun, gory horror flick.
An action-packed, fitting conclusion to a monumental franchise.
Exactly the safe kind of mainstream comedy you’d expect it to be.
It’s like a highbrow ‘Billy Madison’.
If this were just a movie about cool robot fights, that would be awesome. That’s not what it is though.
I relate to most movies by thinking about my past. ‘Mr. Nobody’ has me evaluating my future.
The film gets sexual, metaphysical, silly, philosophical, and stirs up a lot of feelings.
A solid creature feature in the vein of the’80s puppet movies
Pixar’s second worst movie. Boring, stupid, and full of bad creative decisions.
A beautiful performance by Rachael Harris in a terrific first film by writer/director Robbie Pickering.
A real thriller with intense stakes, against the backdrop of a relevant social issue.