March 09, 2007 5:58am EST
Wild Hogs is basically City Slickers meets Easy Rider--just a whole lot sillier without any sociological angst.
February 16, 2007 4:45am EST
Imaginative, touching and keenly attuned to the coming-of-age genre, Bridge to Terabithia is a welcomed breath of fresh air in the stale family movie arena.
January 13, 2006 10:09am EST
Tristan & Isolde strives to be the good old-fashioned medieval kind of romance that stirs the soul. But due to the somewhat lackluster performances from the doomed young lovers, the film doesn’t quite hit the mark.
September 16, 2005 11:04am EST
At best, the horror/thriller genre has been tenuous of late, but Cry Wolf's teenage babble, with its cheap almost-thrills, further skews the line. If you see it, don't say you weren't warned.
May 06, 2005 4:52am EST
Between the two of them, Ridley Scott and Orlando Bloom have picked up their swords for Gladiator, Troy and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. And that's the problem. If the intriguing but ultimately derivative Kingdom of Heaven had arrived before these recent period epics, it may have stood a better chance of enthralling us.
September 16, 2004 12:22pm EST
Writer/director Kerry Conran's use of live action animation sets this movie apart from anything else recently greenlighted by Hollywood studios. But despite its brilliant visuals, the film's story, a hodgepodge of 1930s nostalgia, loses that edge-of-your-seat grip
August 20, 2004 2:02pm EST
Despite a promising start, Exorcist: The Beginning crumbles into a hilarious mess of a story with deplorable dialogue. Think Scare Tactics meets the world of bad, bad CGI.
July 30, 2004 6:02am EST
Cool ships and a delightful, pink-clad bombshell can't mask the fact that these Thunderbirds are not go.
March 28, 2003 5:32am EST
Basic is an OK ride that ends in a train wreck of a plot twist that's more annoying than intriguing.
July 12, 2002 2:53pm EST
This shouldn't-even-be-made-for-TV fiasco is a real croc, but it's so bad it may become a cult classic.