Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg wrap up their sci-fi/comedy trilogy with The World’s End, a boozy, brawling, and outrageously funny sendoff
Chucky’s back in this direct-to-video sixth entry in the Child’s Play franchise, and he’s dead set on revenge.
A well filmed tribute to the world’s oceans, Planet Ocean is a message-driven ecology sermon on the potential harm that humans are inflicting on the nurturing waters that surround us. Excellent cinematography is undermined by Josh Duhamel’s bland voice-overs.
Lacking quality laughs and instead replacing them with out of place humor, Marlon Wayans’ A Haunted House is a big disappointment.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome is an action-packed prequel to SyFy’s BSG re-imagining. Set in a CGI landscape, it holds true to its predecessor while infusing it with a youthful vigor.
This unintentionally funny sci-fi actioner is in the running for being one of the worst movies of 2012.
Simply shooting something guerrilla style and dripping in a lot of F-bombs may qualify as gritty these days, but it doesn’t make it an interesting film. End of Watch is a less than average buddy-cop crime drama saved only by good performances from its leads.
Cult director Monte Hellman’s “New American Cinema” road movie classic gets a director-approved Blu-ray release from Criterion Collection.
With heart, a charming story, and many funny jokes, Universal’s Ted is a winning film from Family Guy head honcho Seth MacFarlane.
Moonrise Kingdom recycles some of Wes Anderson’s most common traits as a filmmaker for an uneven yet still ultimately enjoyable film about first love.