Hollow Man review

Will the idea of being invisible ever lose its appeal? It's been over a hundred-and-twenty years since H. G. Wells published his science-fiction classic, and the possibilities…

RoboCop (2014) review

Remem­ber that Total Recall remake with Colin Far­rell? No? It was all nice and shiny, but ter­ribly bland, and not a patch on Paul Ver­ho­even’s…

World War Z review

It’s a fact that a zom­bie movie is in the pro­cess of being made every sixty seconds. Actu­ally, it’s not a fact. I made it…

Man Of Steel review

So, he’s finally arrived. And without his under­pants. Well, either that or he’s wear­ing them under his super suit. Judging by the snug fit, I…

Olympus Has Fallen review

Ger­ard But­ler is Mike Ban­ning, hot­shot secret ser­vice agent to Pres­id­ent Har­vey Dent. Like most agents who pro­tect the pres­id­ent, he has a little curly…

The Expendables 2 review

Who knew that adding Jean-Claude Van Damme to a movie helps improve it? Well, okay, any action movie fan worth his salt knew this. But…

A Horrible Way To Die review

Pity the poor act­ors in A Hor­rible Way To Die. They do a pretty great job, espe­cially Amy Sei­metz as the alco­holic ex-girlfriend of a…

In Time review

Justin Tim­ber­lake seems to be mak­ing a decent go of things in the trans­ition from pop star to Hol­ly­wood actor, more so than other music­ally…

Dreamscape review

High concept movies always seem to come in twos. And sure enough, in 1984, about three months before A Night­mare on Elm Street was released,…