Ben-Hur director Timur Bekmambetov offers nothing new to the cinematic lexicon of the chariot race.
It’s unclear how witnessing a family deal with their specific issues affects Jesus’s own perspective on his destiny.
Like a Brazilian wax for the brain, Zack Snyder’s divisive reboot of the Superman franchise will continue to obliterate your senses in this impressive combo package.
All its faux-patriotism isn’t played for satire, but instead utilized to align the film with an idyllic, unquestioned vision of goodness.
A geriatric summer adventure in which the appearance of action takes the place of the real thing.
Until 24 is back on the air, we won’t be able to wash the bad taste of Vantage Point from our mouths.
Yet another case of fractured narrative storytelling in service of a story that would be shamelessly cliché and obvious if it were told in linear sequence.