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Brett Ratner

The Family Man 2000

The Family Man 2000

     22 December 2000 (USA)

2h 5min Released

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 89,612 votes

The last great "what if" movie was Sliding Doors. This one doesn't match up. Being American, there has to be a message, plus a generous scoop of sentiment. The message is the same as Scrooged. Workaholic bachelors who treat Christmas like any other day are going to learn a lesson which is that no amount of money can match the love of a good woman, or the faces of little children when they open their stockings. Jack Campbell (Nicolas Cage) has just ...

Tower Heist 2011

Tower Heist 2011

    4 November 2011 (USA)

1h 44minReleased

6.2
IMDB: 6.2/10 114,750 votes

Further evidence that the working class is sharpening its pitchforks to storm Wall Street’s castle, “Tower Heist” serves up an old-fashioned comedy caper in which employees in a tony residential high-rise scheme to steal back the millions embezzled by the Bernie Madoff-style fat cat living in the building’s penthouse. But the big-budget pic goes wonky on the way to the bank, due to its lackluster pacing and shortage of the qualities that typically earn stars Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy ...

Red Dragon 2002

Red Dragon 2002

     4 October 2002 (USA)

2h 4min Released

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 212,662 votes

Brett Ratner’s Red Dragon, although pretty darn stylish, is just cursed with being the least engaging and unique Hannibal Lecter film out there. It’s not that it’s a bad flick, but when you have Silence Of The Lambs, Hannibal and the far superior Manhunter to compete with, you’re trucking down a rocky road. The strongest element this film has going for it is Ralph Fiennes, who plays the hell out of the role of Francis Dolarhyde, the disturbed serial killer ...

Hercules

Hercules

Hercules    25 Jul 2014

PG-13 98 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 121,557 votes

Dwayne Johnson joins the likes of such muscle-bound actors as Steve Reeves, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno in playing the Greek-hero Hercules. This new "Hercules," based on a graphic novel by Steve Moore, takes a revisionist approach to the legend with reasonably entertaining results. The film opens with a narrator recounting Hercules' 12 labors, the fantastic missions he had to complete in order to appease the goddess, Hera. But this Hercules may or may not be the half god/half human offspring ...

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, ...

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 ...

Rush Hour 3

Rush Hour 3

Rush Hour 3    10 Aug 2007

PG-13 91 minReleased

6.2
IMDB: 6.2/10 125,309 votes

There’s a moment in Rush Hour 3 in which mismatched cop buddies Carter (Chris Tucker – House Party 3, Silver Linings Playbook) and Lee (Jackie Chan – Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow, New Police Story) dive headlong into raw sewage in their haste to escape from a gang of Triad gunmen, and one can’t help reflecting on whether someone was making a sly metaphorical comment about the position in which the Rush Hour franchise now found itself. Because, just two ...