The sequel to the reboot (!) wears its videogame influences on its sleeve – for better or worse.
The latest entry in the Fast and the Furious franchise is a buddy-action film with issues.
Fighting With My Family was produced by the WWE, whose branding and mythologizing overwhelms the film to the point of insulting its audience.
Despite all the potentially entertaining crazy shit that happens in this movie, it’s old-school in the worst ways.
It’s hard to fault this arcade game adaptation starring The Rock.
Uh, because the first Jumanji was so great?
A colossal clusterfuck that’s also excruciatingly safe and boring
The latest installment in the franchise is simultaneously convoluted and empty.
The sword-and-sandal action romp starring the Rock is a down and dirty B-movie. But that’s okay.
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.