Outrageous Fortune: Midler and Long butt heads and build friendships in a buddy comedy classic
I really didn’t like The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, not at all, and I can’t wait to never think about it ever again.
Dune is a technical marvel, and Warner’s 4K presentation of Denis Villeneuve’s ambitious adaptation of roughly the first half of Frank Herbert’s novel is undeniably impressive.
This is one of those times where I wanted to enjoy the finished product far more than I actually did, and in some ways that makes Ditched even more disappointing than it would have been had it just been terrible from the jump.
Munich: The Edge of War is a handsome film, made with precision and care.
WarHunt is firing blanks, and any magic it may have had vanishes at roughly the halfway mark, never to return.
I liked Scream. I had a lovely time watching it. I was also not anywhere near as enamored with the film as I have been the previous sequels, most notably Scream 2 and Scream 4.
See for Me is an entertaining little thriller featuring two strong lead performances and chilling sequences overflowing in suspense.
It’s not a total waste of time, and if you’ve got laundry to do or have a game of pinochle to play, having The 355 on in the background as ambient noise will likely do quite nicely.