Our Cantankerous Critic reviews “Gravity.”
“Killing Them Softly” is an average crime thriller, with above average cinematography, a below average “message” and an overly inflated sense of self-importance. For those who like their messages applied with a sledgehammer bluntly and repeatedly this might be the movie for you.
Bootleggers have been an intriguing and entertaining subject for the movies since the glory days of James Cagney. So “Lawless,” the new drama about Moonshiners operating above the law in Appalachia, should have been terrific.
“The Hunger Games” one young adult book adaptation the Cantankerous Critic can get behind and fully embrace.
Zach Galifinakis is a joy to watch as a stressed out mental patient in “It’s Kind Of A Funny Story.” It’s just a shame that the rest of the movie isn’t quite up to his high standards.
This is one hour and 52 minutes of pure rom-com hell.
“Secretariat” desperately wants to be “Seabiscuit.” But it pulls up lame.