Perhaps if James gets on the inside of the government, he can find answers to questions that have haunted him all his life. Or not.
Do you think you’ll get to see Matthew McConaughey’s buff, bronzed chest? The answer is: Yes! Yes! Yes!
This prostitute drama is the anti-Pretty Woman, despite the deceivingly-happy DVD cover art.
One word on Johnny’s Jack Sparrow: HEE-larious!
Chicago is fine entertainment, and should be taken as nothing but that.
The problem with No Reservations is that it is, well, too reserved.
I liked the fact that these characters were so real. It was like hanging out with a bunch of people that you just met by chance.
In this remake of a “classic” 1972 movie that I’ve never seen (or heard of, really), Ben Stiller takes on the career-stretching role of an everyday-guy who falls for a girl out of his league, and promptly gets humiliated several times in the process.
For a movie less than 90 minutes long, this Rave still goes on too long.
A triptych of three tales linked together by the thinnest of plot threads, Personal Velocity comes across as a group of short stories brought to screen. And like any short story anthology, some stories simply work better than others.