There's not much to it, but Dredd 3D is a fun R-rated action movie. That's all it tried to be, and it ended up doing a very good job, in this cat's opinion. What about yours? Are you going to see Dredd 3D this weekend?
John Dies at the End may not be all I was hoping for, but it's still a fun enough movie, especially if you go see it with the right mindset. Hansel and Gretel on the other hand... just don't.
Will you see either of these movies this weekend? Be sure to tell us what you think.
Storage 24 is not a terrible movie. It just isn't very good. It's entertaining enough if you happen to catch it on TV one day, but it's never as scary as it should be. It's still better than what we usually get for horror movies in January.
This has already been out for a while in the U.K., so if anyone has already seen it, tell us what you thought. If you haven't seen it yet, do you plan to? Even just to see Mickey again?
Spoiler warning: The review does contain a spoiler for the movie's big "plot twist." It's included because it's so infuriatingly stupid I couldn't not mention it.
The final Twilight movie sucks. Shocking, I know. If you end up seeing this movie, why? Whatever the reason, tell us what you think of it. Seriously though, why?
This is a hard movie to recommend. For me, the good outweighed the not-so-good, and I ended up enjoying the movie a lot. Many people don't feel that way, and it's easy to see why.
If you go see Cloud Atlas this weekend, please come back here and tell us what you think. This is one of those movies where it helps to get as many opinions together as possible.
It's hard to talk about Looper without spoiling it, so I'll just say it's a smart and fun sci-fi action movie that you should see in theaters. It has some problems, but the tight storytelling, great characters, and interesting world more than make up for any issues I had.
Will you see Looper this weekend? Tell us what you think!
These kinds of movies are hard to rate. Resident Evil: Retribution is a bad movie. It's too bad to receive a "Ceiling Cat Approves," but too fun to be called either "Meh," or "Ebil." This movie gets our first "Basement Cat Approves," specifically designed for movies that are truly bad, but that's why we like them.
Are you going to see Resident Evil: Retribution this weekend? Tell us what you think!