We are finally at the end of our hellacious space misadventure on an inhospitable alien world. Will we finally meet the ancient and devious mastermind behind all of the interfering statues and hordes of hostile creatures? And – more importantly – can we eviscerate that mastermind with a rocket launcher?
This movie has a pretty interesting premise that had the potential to be laugh-til-you-cry funny, but the script that the characters got thrown into is overwhelmingly lackluster, sapping most of the possible comedy out of the setup.
Our kooky duo wrongfully end up in prison after being framed for robbery. These city-slickers must then use their witty charms and inexplicable rodeo prowess to become free men again.
A free-to-play, online multiplayer first-person shooter dressed up in a clanky mechanical suit of ass-kicking?
Yep – this is right in Crash’s wheelhouse.
We’re kicking off a month of movies with the dual comedic genius of Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. The first film on the list has a plot arc that mirrors a train’s speed – very slow to start, but eventually picks up speed until it’s barreling along by the end.
We have not come all this way just to trip at the finish line! We must do whatever it takes to complete this game – even if that means taking the baby’s way out and dumping the difficulty down to… “easy”.
The most recent film from Shyamalan pulls everything away from the cascading grandiose scale of his previous movies and effectively creates uneasiness and intensity with only four actors and one set.