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With its latest mining of the classic "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show," Hollywood finally avoids pulverizing our childhood memories.
James Franco and Travis Mathews try, but the last 40 minutes of "Cruising" remain, for the most part, lost.
This is, regrettably, one more recitation of the very same story we’ve seen dozens of times, and this particular recitation clings to the orthodoxy of strict believers with a telling, and shallow, rigidity.
Liam Neeson makes this trashy "Non-Stop" flight an entertaining guilty pleasure, until the severe turbulence of its third act spoils the fun.
This follow-up to "Shank" focuses less on raw sexuality and more on raw emotion. While dark at times, it really tugs at heartstrings while giving the protagonist of both films a more positive makeover.
No evil escapes "The Shadow" -- tune into the radio show superhero of yesterday, turned movie icon by Alec Baldwin in the 90s and now available in a re-mastered hi-def Blu-ray "Collector’s Edition" ready to own.
Syfy Channel’s recent horror flick offers a breezy no-brainer ride.
"Stranger by the Lake" mixes sensuality, romance and murder into a taut exploration on the nature of desire.
"Tim’s Vermeer" is a simple little documentary that, in not 90 minutes, accomplishes nothing less than the demystification of artistic genius.
"Pompeii" explodes with good, old-fashioned cheese in 3D no less.