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Troy

Troy

Troy    14 May 2004

R 163 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 400,105 votes

I bear in mind when this film first got here out, I used to be actually wanting to see it however sadly I couldn’t as a result of it was Rated R and I used to be sadly not sixteen on the time. I ended up watching The Day After Tomorrow which was really not a nasty substitute however that’s a narrative for one more day. Subsequently, I’ve watched Troy just a few instances since and I truthfully can’t perceive ...

Gladiator

Gladiator

Gladiator    05 May 2000

R 155 minReleased

8.5
IMDB: 8.5/10 1,038,730 votes

T he Roman Empire was on the peak of its energy below the rule of the Caesars, commanding greater than one-quarter of the world’s inhabitants. Within the 12 months 180 A.D., on the shut of aged Emperor Marcus Aurelius’ (Richard Harris) twelve-year marketing campaign in opposition to the barbarian tribes in Germania, just one stronghold stays. Celebrated normal Maximus (Russell Crowe) victoriously leads his military into fight, hoping to be launched from service to lastly journey again to his household (after ...

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor    25 May 2001

PG-13 183 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 265,058 votes

The extra deft cinema turns into lately at creating spectacle by means of laptop graphics and the like, the extra preoccupied it appears to get with archival movie at its most hazy and incomplete. Perhaps JFK‘s three-hour-long infatuation with the Zapruder movie kicked off this development but it surely reached its pinnacle (or nadir, relying on what you consider it) with Saving Non-public Ryan‘s twenty-minute restaging of the D-Day landings. This sequence’s unfocused, dizzying cinematography presumably jars the viewer into ...

Fast Five

Fast Five

Fast Five    29 Apr 2011

PG-13 131 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 294,510 votes

If you’re like me and couldn’t recognize a Ford GT40 or a Nissan Skyline if your life depended on it, you’ve still been following the Fast and Furious series for its bold innovations in sequel titling. Retro B-movie title The Fast and the Furious (2001) was followed by the funky 2 Fast 2 Furious, the clunky The Fast and the Furious: Toyko Drift, and a fourth film lazily called Fast & Furious, destined to merge with the first in every ...

300

300

300    09 Mar 2007

R 117 minReleased

7.7
IMDB: 7.7/10 631,046 votes

A few months ago, UK supermarkets started stocking a new form of Emmental cheese which didn't have any holes in. I guess customers were supposed to think they were getting more for their money, but any cheese lover will tell you that the holes add to the flavour. Some things just don't work when they're flawless and neat. 300 is another of those things. It's not at all clear that Zack Snyder understood this, and Frank Miller certainly didn't, but ...

Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda    06 Jun 2008

PG 92 minReleased

7.6
IMDB: 7.6/10 325,149 votes

Capturing the style and comedic value of a multitude of Kung Fu films from China, especially the dodgy ones, Kung Fu Panda is a wonderfully funny, action packed CGI film from Dreamworks, who are no doubt looking for a new franchise to build upon given the fact that the Shrek films have begun to wane in popularity and quality. Jack Black voices Po, a fat, awkward and klutzy panda, who desires nothing more than to meet his heroes, the Furious Five. ...

The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code    19 May 2006

PG-13 149 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 333,691 votes

Everything you know about the very foundation of western civilization is a lie. What we know as Christianity is, in fact, "the greatest cover-up in human history." The real Catholic Church and the true background of Jesus Christ, violently and covertly suppressed for centuries, is "one of the most powerful secrets ever kept." But "real clues" were sprinkled throughout history - "real enough to kill for!" What's the big deal? When I read Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, not only did ...

How to Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon    26 Mar 2010

PG 98 minReleased

8.2
IMDB: 8.2/10 518,441 votes

When you’re a Viking—or at least a Viking in the world of How To Train Your Dragon—you know one thing for sure: Dragons are the enemy. They steal sheep. They burn down houses. And given the chance, they’ll swallow a Viking whole. That’s just the way of the world. But it isn’t a way into which Hiccup, the film’s teenage protagonist (voiced by Jay Baruchel), fits particularly well. He’s eager to prove himself, but he’s kind of a wimp and ...

King Kong

King Kong

King Kong    14 Dec 2005

PG-13 187 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 330,613 votes

Let me get the gripes out of the way. The movie’s definitely overlong, with many scenes that could be cut by half. The structure of the film is a bit wonky in that, despite spending a rather lengthy amount of time developing characters on the journey to Skull Island, the romance between Jack Driscoll and Ann Darrow is given so little time that it feels even thinner than the romance in the original version. There are some really awful choices ...

Rush Hour 2

Rush Hour 2

Rush Hour 2    03 Aug 2001

PG-13 90 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 166,066 votes

"Rush Hour 2" might be a whole lot better of a movie if the studio agreed to give moviegoers mute buttons to shut up ultra-irritant Chris Tucker, or at least turn down his high-volume dialogue. Frankly, the only thing that made the first film watchable was Tucker's athletically gifted co-star Jackie Chan, who's still on top of his game. But Tucker did his best to screw that up by braying as loudly and as often as possible — like a small, ...

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Bourne Ultimatum    03 Aug 2007

PG-13 115 minReleased

8.1
IMDB: 8.1/10 517,999 votes

The Bourne Ultimatum is the greatest action movie of my generation. Not only is it the best film in the already great Bourne franchise, it’s also Paul Greengrass’s best film as a director to date. It’s worth noting that this film, the final chapter in the Bourne trilogy (until Jason Bourne, which as of writing opens tonight), and the first two films in the Bourne series have both ruined and improved Hollywood. The film opened a door for a new ...

Hancock

Hancock

Hancock    02 Jul 2008

PG-13 92 minReleased

6.4
IMDB: 6.4/10 361,998 votes

Hancock: This isn’t going to get great reviews in the media, because (a) it mixes genres and (b) it’s got some moral ambiguity, which could be like, confusing and stuff? But don’t be fooled, because it’s… uh… really not that bad. Honest. Will Smith is John Hancock, a superhero who doesn’t know why he’s a superhero. He’s a drunk and generally in need of some anger and image management – after all, what kind of superhero is hated, told to go ...

Signs

Signs

Signs    02 Aug 2002

PG-13 106 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 283,260 votes

When the end of the world comes, it's going to be personal. M Night Shyamalan understands this and sets his War Of The Worlds on a farm in Pennsylvania, where Graham (Mel Gibson), a disaffected minister of God, stays with his children, Morgan (Rory Culkin) and Bo (Abigail Breslin), and younger brother Merrill (Joaquin Phoenix). Except for the occasional flashback to the night of Graham's wife's death, the action remains close to home. It begins with the discovery of crop circles ...

The Martian

The Martian

The Martian    02 Oct 2015

PG-13 144 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 543,421 votes

When humanity finally gets its act together and sends astronauts to Mars, we can only hope the mission is as cool — and our explorers as noble, smart and brave — as those in "The Martian." Director Ridley Scott does here what he has always done, from "Alien" to "Blade Runner" to "Gladiator": He creates a fully realized film universe, then populates it with great actors playing fascinating characters doing astonishing things. In "The Martian," Scott and screenwriter Drew Goddard ("Cloverfield," "The ...

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past    23 May 2014

PG-13 132 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 540,747 votes

The X-Men movie to end all X-Men movies is here, and it begins, appropriately enough, with the end of the world as we know it. Set in the near future, fears of people with super powers (mutants) has driven mankind to create the ultimate police state that uses robot sentinels to either imprison and kill all mutants. Charles Xavier/Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and his remaining X-Men (Wolverine, Storm, Iceman, Colossus, Warpath, Sunspot, Blink, Bishop and Shadowcat) together with one time enemy ...

War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds    29 Jun 2005

PG-13 116 minReleased

6.5
IMDB: 6.5/10 348,802 votes

Blow-it-to-smithereens creature feature with superficial metaphors. War of the Worlds (2005) teamed director Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise together in a surefire light up the skies blockbuster formula. In a mindless way, the movie is rollicking excitement even when it’s hugely banal. The aliens’ motives are never that complicated – they want to terminate earthlings and take over the planet as their new habitat. By the looks of things, though, it would have been a lot simpler for them to ...

X-Men: The Last Stand

X-Men: The Last Stand

X-Men: The Last Stand    26 May 2006

PG-13 104 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 399,409 votes

You have a job you like. And one day you go into work and your boss, someone you admire and respect, is gone. Now there's a new guy. That makes you nervous because your boss was pretty cool and the new guy has a lot to live up to. But you're a decent person so you decide to give the new guy a chance. X-MEN III: THE LAST STAND was not directed by Bryan Singer (APT PUPIL, X-MEN, X2). Instead Brett ...

Beverly Hills Cop

Beverly Hills Cop

Beverly Hills Cop    05 Dec 1984

R 105 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 132,550 votes

For as long as there have been movies, there have been movie stars. As early as the 1910s film studios realized familiar faces could bring in audiences. From Florence Lawrence to Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe to Charlton Heston, Tom Cruise to Will Smith, the right movie star can trump story, script, and even production value and turn terrible films into box office gold. As a child, though, I didn’t understand the concept of following actors; instead, I followed characters. I wanted to ...

Oz: The Great and Powerful

Oz: The Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful    08 Mar 2013

PG 130 minReleased

6.3
IMDB: 6.3/10 180,421 votes

We can find truth in deception. We find the deeper truth beneath the artifice. Sam Raimi‘s Oz the Great and Powerful makes no secrets of its deception, and shows how deception can be used for good or evil. We just don’t call it deception when it’s used for good. Then it’s an illusion, not a trick.* Oz creates a beautiful illusion that we can get lost in not because of the visual effects wizardry or the size of the canvas, ...

Brave

Brave

Brave    22 Jun 2012

PG 93 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 288,890 votes

Feminist pop-culture monitors have been on high alert since learning that the heroine of “Brave,” Pixar’s first female protagonist, is — uh-oh — a fairy-tale princess, the most insidious archetype ever devised by the patriarchy for reinforcing traditional gender roles. The feminists needn’t have worried. Scottish princess Merida (Kelly Macdonald, the trailblazing heroine of the studio’s new animated adventure tale, is a feminist’s fairy-tale princess — a tough and headstrong lass, the kind of girl who prefers the company of her ...