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Disney has come back home with this dazzling and wonderful film. Continue reading
Starring: Taye Diggs, Monica Calhoun, Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long, Harold Perrineau, Eddie Cibrian, John Michael Higgins, Greg Gumbel, Eddie George, Pam Oliver, Anthony Hamilton, Marsha Ambrosius.
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Rating: R (for language, sexual content and brief nudity.)
Running Time: 122 Minutes
Release Date: November 15, 2013
Blackmaled, Sean Daniel Company and Universal Pictures.
Written by. Malcolm D. Lee.
The prevailing opinion I had when I walked out of the theater and begin processing The Best Man Holiday was immediate aggravation over what might have been. For a good hour-plus, Malcolm D. Lee’s sequel to his 1999 comedy The Best Man, hits lots of high notes, balancing humor and drama, with a lilting pace and a precociousness resembling its predecessor. Lee was able to bring the entire cast back together for this 14-year follow up tale of a group of friends reuniting for Christmas at the request of one of them.
Director: Jimmy Hayward
Rating: PG (for some action/peril and rude humor.)
Running Time: 91 Minutes
Release Date: November 1, 2013
Reel FX Creative Studios and Relativity Media.
Written by. Screenplay by Jimmy Hayward and Scott Mosier; Story by David I. Stern and John J. Strauss
Before we dive too deep into Relativity’s Free Birds, we should take a moment and welcome Dallas, Texas animation studio Reel FX to the world of filmmaking. Aesthetically speaking, they have created a visually impressive film and seem to have the creativity and skill to generate some dazzling looking motion pictures in the coming years. So welcome to the show.
Now…ahem…can we please pick better projects to work on instead of this baffling, strange and alarmingly off-putting cartoon that leaves a sour taste in our mouths?
Bottom line is – everything wears thin and Machete Kills drags. Continue reading
Gains nothing with its costly 3D presentation, but is visually impressive and arrives at a time when kids want to have fun at the movies again. Continue reading
Quite entertaining and places Joseph Gordon-Levitt on a new plateau with his career. Continue reading
A brilliantly conceived disaster comedy, easily one of the summer’s most entertaining and enjoyable films. Continue reading
We’re The Millers is a funny movie, but the best moments are found in the trailer. Continue reading