Director Neill Blomkamp’s sentient robot tale looks beautiful, but the story shows little logic and possesses even less soul.
Director Wes Ball helms a technically-sound production that lacks any storytelling reasons worth paying to see it.
Blue Sky’s Rio sequel suffers from a boring, uninspired and overfamiliar plot of sitcom problems acted out by annoying animals.
Despite a few shortcomings, director Simon West’s remake of the 1972 thriller The Mechanic delivers an adrenaline-fueled ride, with star Jason Statham shining as a methodical hit man out for revenge.
In the Ivan Reitman-directed No Strings Attached, Golden Globe winner Natalie Portman tries her hand at romantic comedy, starring opposite Ashton Kutcher. Despite a strong supporting cast, Kutcher’s performance and underdeveloped characters combine to weigh down the movie.
Anchored by stars and Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi and Gabriel Macht, “Middle Men” takes the story of the men who used pornography to forever change e-commerce and elevates it above the standard biopic.
“Dinner for Schmucks,” offers some good comedic performances from Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and Zach Galifianakis, but delivers a predictable script that too often boxes in the performers.
Conan O’Brien’s Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour passed through New York City last evening, and Spinoff Online was there to cover the show.
Best Worst Movie is a celebration of one particular bad movie, 1990’s Troll 2, and the humanity that surrounds it. It’s also a documentary about one of the film’s stars and the audience that embraced one of the worst movies ever made.
Saturday’s Doctor Who saw the return of the Daleks… as well as the shallow romp that populated the latter Russell T Davies years. Please, can we have the real Steven Moffat back?
While well-shot and produced, 2010’s take on A Nightmare on Elm Street fails to ignite a new Freddy with a mix of drab characters, over-thought back story, and reliance on startling moments over genuinely creepy scenes.