The images have a pleasing straightforwardness that parallels the openness of Cody’s longing for love.
All the narrative hopscotching is little more than a superficial ploy to gussy up a clichéd redemption tale.
The video transfer on Millenium Entertainment’s DVD release of Trespass looks pretty sharp, with no visible blemishes and absolutely no combing.
Joel Schumacher ravages his film so persistently, it’s only right that it ends with a shot of the mansion up in flames.
Proving that the third time’s not always the charm, the embarrassingly silly War Zone should, with any luck, end the grim character’s celluloid fate.
Had it been made shortly after 9/11, Firehouse Dog might have seemed like a shameless attempt to marry the country’s reverence for the New York Fire Department with Air Bud.
“What a ride!” says Joel Siegal. “Totally Cool” responds Gene Shalit. It makes me want to throw up to say that they’re kind of right.
The film is too beholden to action-movie requirements to successfully wrap its snow-and-sleet battered head around general geopolitical issues.