This one has more in common with that film about an abused horse valiantly enduring, only more smug and pretentious.
No, it’s not even close to being The Matrix. There are better things to watch, surely.
Good news: Rusty Joiner takes off his shirt once or twice here. Bad news: you can see more of him online, this movie blows.
Christopher Nolan wastes almost 3 hours to show that women are horrible emotional creatures. If you take them to space, don’t bring them back.
Of all the vampires in movies, the dude in Dracula Untold may be the most tragic pushover of them all.
The Maze Runner could have been the most gory and scary dystopian teen flick to hit the screen, but it ends up being the most limpid one to date.
In many ways, the movie version of The Giver is missing the more elegant nuances of the book. It still manages to entertain and touch the heart, though.
This movie is a reboot, completely ruined by that brain damaged bimbo who is responsible for every single mess in this movie.
This Marvel adaptation is the one I have been looking forward to the most, so of course it has to be the one that disappointed me the most too.
Cartoon of the century! Feminist films for future social justice warriors! When a movie is hyped this much, it is never going to live up to expectations.
Out come the apes wielding machine guns and going kung-fu banzai on everyone’s asses, and everything begins to feel truly special.
Worst movie ever of 2014. Really.
Even in fantasy Viking-wannabe lands, there is no getting away from whiny self-absorbed teens with first world problems.
Maleficent has Angelina Jolie and… well, not much else. Comparisons to Frozen are inevitable, and there is no way this one comes out looking good.
Wolverine is in this one, but fortunately, he doesn’t take the limelight away from the complicated relationship of Magneto, Charles Xavier, and Mystique.
Not only are the younger Charles, Erik, and Raven much cooler than their older counterparts, this movie make them larger-than-life characters to remember.