In the film the friendship between Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) and Chantry (Zoe Kazan) is something worth having and worth protecting.
Instead of yet another comic book movie, “Guardians” is the best comedy of the year, and it just so happens it’s based on comic books.
Here is what I liked about the film: It is short. Here is what I didn’t like: the script, the performances, the editing or the direction.
It’s been a long time since a film has haunted me this much, not only because it felt like a glimpse into my son’s future, but also because it holds a mirror up to life and reflects it so sharply it’s wonderfully uncomfortable.
It was so strange for me to watch “Life Itself,” a new documentary about Ebert’s life and death, and see Dad everywhere. They didn’t really look alike, but they were certainly cut from the same cloth.
“Korengal” shows, without ever explicitly saying it, that the big ideas behind war don’t matter much when someone is trying to kill you and your friends on a daily basis.
The world won’t end if you spend one afternoon in the dark; in fact, it might get a little bit better.
While most of the humor just illustrates the difference between Jenko and his less-fit partner Schmidt, what really shows off Tatum’s gift for slapstick are the smaller moments.
It’s easy to live in a world where the only version of cancer is Hollywood’s, where we wear ribbons and buy pink KitchenAid mixers to raise “awareness,” but that’s not cancer. That’s marketing.
While Jolie embraces the element of fairy-tale camp present in all classic Disney animated films, everyone else in “Maleficent” kind of has no idea what they’re doing or why they’re doing it.