Edward Norton wrote, directed and starred in Motherless Brooklyn, an endeavour he’s been chipping away at for 20 years — and it’s a mess.
Glass combines the worlds of his last movie Split and his 2000 hit Unbreakable with great confidence and furious hubris.
Bad timing and brainless gore mar Eli Roth and Bruce Willis’s revival of a Charles Bronson revenge movie.
Despite climaxing dramatically between two Montreal metros and featuring a decent cast, this 1997 film suffers from glacial pacing, terrible accents and too many wigs.
Red 2, which opens tomorrow, is long on action and short on emotion.
Courtesy of director Jon M. Chu (Step Up 3D), there are fewer toy-chest antics and a hell of a lot more ninjas in this leaner, meaner sequel to the original 2009 stinker G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
Bruce Willis’s latest pyrotechnics extravaganza rides the wave of action-movie nostalgia, but seemingly takes its inspiration from the blandest of bland action vehicles.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt star in this sci-fi spectacular, a return to form for director Rian Johnson and a successful combination of conceptual sci-fi mind-warp and rip-roaring Hollywood action flick.