Mel Brooks has nothing to worry about: Blazing Saddles this is not. In fact, the laughs are in short-supply and mostly the gross kind.
- May 30, 2014 |
Catch up with the previous films or you'll be lost, but with Singer back in the director's chair, this is a fun, funny, fast-paced romp.
An intriguing real life pre-Victorian social justice legal drama… by way of Jane Austen.
Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.
Family gives frat boys comeuppance: it may not be the movie you want your kids to see, but it's got a message you want them to hear.
Nuanced and intelligent, it rises gracefully above much of what has come before in this one-night-only event form of Christian media.
Short on budget and famous actors, but undeniable authenticity in the storytelling helps set it apart from many other faith-based films.
Light years ahead of its predecessor, boasting spectacular special effects (every scene gets more eye-popping) and quality storytelling.
Steven Knight proves himself a fine director, and Tom Hardy lays claim to serious awards consideration for his controlled performance.
A tale of courage, sacrifice and redemption set against the backdrop of war-torn Budapest near the end of WWII, but it does tend to drag.
- April 25, 2014 |