Needless to say that GI Joe: Retaliation (3D) has made by awful action movie marathon. It’s pretty bad: it’s not often The Rock is a redeeming feature.
To mark the especially awful flock of action films out at the moment, I thought I would celebrate (commiserate?) with an awful action marathon. John McClane returns to the big screen in part one.
Not even Ethan Hunt can save Jack Reacher from being a dull, cliched boys film.
Taken 2 is the reason that studios should really think twice before committing to a sequel.
My theory that no film featuring a cute dog is a bad film has failed me once again. Killing Them Softly is a one of the biggest disappointments for 2012.
With the Hallowe’en holiday season almost upon us, there are a number predictably poor films in keeping with the festivities. Despite the promising advertising, producer Sam Rami’s The Possession is pretty bad. Not as bad as The Devil Inside though, thankfully.
Although by no means up to the same standard as other animated movies, Ice Age 4: Continental Drift is fine for keeping the kids amused throughout the summer holidays. I doubt adults will share the same opinion
The second Snow White film of the year, Snow White and the Huntsman, is still out at cinemas. But how does it compare to Tarsem Singh’s Mirror Mirror? The answer is somewhat unexpected.
Want to know what to expect from What to Expect When You’re Expecting? A dull, largely un-funny star-filled flop which is best avoided at all costs.
Although I’m always excited when a new Tim Burton film comes out, this is the second time I’ve been let down by a Depp/Bonham-Carter collaboration. Even Johnny and his superior character-acting ability isn’t enough to save Dark Shadows: a film so confused it doesn’t even know what genre it is