As far as comedy sequels go, “Horrible Bosses 2″ gives you lots more of what you liked in the first film.
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ mainly sets the table for the series’ conclusion, but it sets that table very, very well.
The title really should be “Dumb and Dumber Idea”, which describes the progression of this tedious and wholly unnecessary sequel.
“Birdman” should be seen by any and everyone who says they enjoy movies, because whether you love it or hate it, it will get under your skin, burn itself into your memory, and demand an emotional, visceral response, as all true art in any medium does.
Visually ambitious but thematically heavy-handed, “Interstellar” aims for a soaring, suspenseful film experience, but ends up collapsing under its own weight.
More character study than thriller, “Nightcrawler” is riveting thanks to the talents of its star, Jake Gyllenhaal.
“Before I Go to Sleep” features solid performances from its cast, but not enough originality in its execution.
“John Wick” is certainly more style than substance, but it’s good fun for the action aficionado.
The guys on Fan Interference thought they couldn’t top themselves after last week’s Draft Day Tuesday in which everyone drafted middle names for Justin Pawlowski’s unborn daughter. Well, they went ahead and did it. This […]
“Fury” is a gruesome but gripping piece of film making.