Review: After a stunningly poor second outing, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones return for third go around and this time they actually capture most of the magic of the original, and even accomplish what their eponymous suits try to eliminate: give them real character. For all the hints and vague gesturing toward prior and

Review: I’ve tried to reserve my judgment, but I’m finding it harder and harder to make excuses.  Ryan Reynolds just isn’t very convincing.  Sure, I understand that he’s attractive and all, but as an actor, he just doesn’t inhabit the roles he’s given very well.  I always know I’m watching Ryan Reynolds, and that impish

Review: Justin Timberlake (you heard me right) stars in this Andrew Niccol (of Gattica and Truman Show fame) film about a not too distant future where genetic engineering has allowed everyone to stay at age 25 forever… assuming they can pay up, which they must by the second.  Born with a glowing green clock on

Review: What is there to say about a film that has grossed more than $1.3 billion worldwide in four weeks?  It’s a really good movie.  I admit to a certain surplus of cynicism regarding the world and its various tastes, but if you look at the top 10 highest grossing movies of all time, you