Factory Girl fails because it rests upon such a superficial script. The story never delves beneath the surface to explore why Andy Warhol was the way he was. And, while Edie Sedgwick’s problems are alluded to, they are never dealt with other than in the most trite way.
- July 17, 2007 |
When an older couple grows sick and tired of their very grown, 35-year-old son still living in their home, they hire a pretty girl to capture his heart and trick him into leaving. It’s a great hook, but can the charm of this romantic comedy’s premise be sustained for 97 minutes?
- March 10, 2006 |
With its amazing special effects, this sequel to the 2005 summer blockbuster looks like it should be a hit. Sadly, problems involving lack of chemistry, a poor story structure and a faulty worldview cause Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer to only fall flat.
- June 15, 2007 |
With a few exceptions, “Fever Pitch” will be appreciated by both sexes for the way that it explores the complex relationship between men, women and sports, and without delving into the usual lies and “misunderstandings” which form the foundation of most romantic comedies.
- April 08, 2005 |