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The Divergent series, aka “Adventures in Hardcore Lethargy,” continues with Insurgent , a film as boring and pointless as its predecessor.
Director Robert Schwentke chooses a lot of gray tones to go with dull dialogue and muddled, straining performances. Shailene Woodley, an actress who is impressive m...
I’ll say this for Sean Penn: Even though he has a major smoker’s face, he’s sporting some nice muscularity at this stage in his life.
Seriously: He’s got six-pack abs, and some major shoulder and back muscles, leading down to an impressive, slender waste. While I didn’t exactly get a glimpse of his b...
The Walking Dead (Sunday, March 29, AMC), season finale: The Walking Dead is pulling a Sons of Anarchy and dropping a 90-minute season finale (though TWD has only gone long twice before, as opposed to every episode of the last SOA seasons). It’s been ham-fistedly hinted that the idyllic li’l bunker town of Ale...
The Soviet Union’s hockey players were portrayed by the media as villains who needed to be vanquished in 1980, the final year of Jimmy Carter’s presidency.
America was feeling a little tired and put upon; the Cold War was in full swing; and somebody needed to get their ass kicked. Who better than tho...
Some might find the supernatural elements of horror/romance film Spring to be a little hard to swallow. For me, the part that’s really hard to swallow is that a short-order cook from the United States could just pick up and go to Italy at a moment’s notice.
No way! Not on his salary.
The short-order coo...
1. Exodus: Gods and Kings* (20th Century Fox)
2. Penguins of Madagascar* (20th Century Fox)
3. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb* (20th Century Fox)
4. Vice (Lionsgate)
5. Big Hero 6 (Disney)
6. Annie (Sony)
7. Horrible Bosses 2 (Warner Bros.)
8. Top Five (Paramount)
9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 (Lionsgate)