The movie actually earns the right to exist, which is no mean feat.
This frantic, deranged mash-up is being billed as a hip teen slasher movie, but it’s more like The Breakfast Club meets Donnie Darko.
It’s good to see the original American Pie cast back on the big screen, resurrected along with their beloved characters.
You'll be drawn into the story as never before.
It’s better than Clash, but it’s still not particularly good.
You can’t miss them. They are black and perhaps twice as thick as the eyes they o’erloom.
It's a cross between The Waterboy and Raging Bull.
Terence Davies directs a raw, emotional tale of adultery; Gareth Huw Evans makes violence equally repulsive and compelling.
This gets an R-rating but The Hunger Games slides as PG-13?
The adaptation is sharp, but why doesn't all this kid-killing feel more devastating?
He's not up to his usual apoplexy, but next to the somnambulant Jones, anyone would seem like they were.
What does it mean when we take these TV properties and turn them into cinematic jokes?
The crappy buzz? Not entirely accurate.
Murphy hams it up to such an unnatural degree that he scrubs every moment clean of wit or charm.
There’s no wonder or elation or even dopy sincerity here — just a high level of proficiency and, yes, a lot of expensive CGI.
As is traditional, a surreal smorgasbord of poop, disease, penile mutilation, and carnage ensues.
The misbegotten new animated feature is somebody’s The Lorax, but Seuss’s? Not hardly.
Think Girls Gone Wild meets Black Hawk Down.
This just takes the whole what's-reality-and-what's-in-her-head schtick too far.
It’s the great American (hash) pipe dream.
It's enough to make you miss Madea.
So, what does a movie starring real-life Navy SEALs doing (sort of) real-life Navy SEAL things look like?
Despite the coked-out charm of the directors from Crank.
Does Reese Witherspoon think that the female audience won’t bond with her if she seems too willful?
Close, but no wood chipper.