You could argue that the Jungle Cruise, the ride, is timeless. The movie? Not so much.
As the lead character says, “Life is brutal.” And so is this film.
A cryptic and surreal slog.
Nine Days’ problems can be held in tension with its purpose.
This light-hearted, Hallmark-esque flick features light language and sexual content, but really focuses on working through heartbreak.
Jolt is frustrating in that it doesn’t give its audience much to root for.
For those who deign to brave the perils and let their feet sink into the surf-soaked sand, it’s an interesting …
There’s a lot here to appreciate if you’re in the mood for a good scare at the movies.
Snake Eyes knows what its audience wants: action, action, action. And that’s just what it delivers—in scores of body bags.
Much like the man himself, Joe Bell has a good heart but struggles to show it.