The massive opening weekend numbers shatter the previous record for August openings set by “Guardians of the Galaxy” when it earned $94.3 million in 2014.
The plot is predictable, but initially you think this is all new. Wow, but then the drumbeat to 'ho hum ness' begins. It is too long and too action packed for you to care.
"And all these old actors that I don't know."
Liam Neeson does it again. He not only has you care about his character, but the whole dang movie. Even if he is a retired hit man.
'Detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder are deeply affected by the murders they investigate in this dark, acclaimed series,' or so says Netflix, in its description of the show it acquired from AMC.
We're much happier debating the degree of goodness of a truly good film than hashing over how much a misfire sucks rubber donkey lungs.
When police detective Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) is hurt in a car explosion, the head of OmniCorp sees an opportunity to
With a film so beloved, I guess it's inevitable that there would be a remake. But instead of being a toothless, needless, sanitized imitation, I'm happy to report that the new RoboCop is willing to make significant changes and swing even harder at its political commentary.
The first Robo did so well by wrapping a human story that's both remarkably poignant and hysterically funny inside a big budget blockbuster. People bought their tickets to see effects and explosions, but they responded to the heart and the satire.
See, this isn’t to say that the new “RoboCop” is a bad movie. It’s a fine movie and actually does have some interesting statements