Joaquin Phoenix and an invisible Scarlett Johansson are horrifyingly touching in the strange romance of Spike Jonze's new film.
Veers young, but melts your blues away!
A dense spy mystery without any clues for the audience.
This Saw wannabe fails on many levels, including forgetting to do what it's supposed to do: deliver potentially delicious gory moments.
<em>Wild Hogs</em> is basically <em>City Slickers</em> meets <em>Easy Rider</em>--just a whole lot sillier without any sociological angst.
Although it may take its cue from other gender-benders, it's definitely snaps all around for the delightful and heartfelt Connie and Carla.
Audiences a half-century ago might have had a hard time swallowing this kind of cornball mush--certainly modern-day audiences won't stomach it.
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