The film suffers from ridiculous and vague plot transitions, and unnecessary violence.
You might want to check it out to quench your curiosity, but be wary, it won't be that fulfilling.
I expect nothing but trash from the other "Movie" parody filmmakers, but I expected better from Mr. Zucker than this.
Mostly safe for work... mostly.
Follow Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping as they head to the Promised Land!
The comic artist and director works to assuage fannish anxiety about his movie take on a landmark comic crime-fighter.
There's a niggling feeling that this could have been so much more; it feels un-ambitious and underwhelming.
In The Happening, filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan takes on Alfred Hitchcock and George Romero but gets tangled up instead.
Can Pixar make a bad movie?. Not so far and probably not ever.
Cannonball wasn't the only legendary jazz musician in the family.
A perfect piece of No Limit product that knows exactly how to implement itself.
Natasha Bedingfield's Pocketful Of Sunshine is filled with enough bright spots to keep her fans happy.
A fitting tribute to the man who was one of rock and roll's most enduring and endearing drummers.
Essential Elvis: Chapter 9.
"Aboriginal music gets an angelic new voice," says The Sydney Morning Herald.
Life, Death, Love, and Freedom is a country blues and back to American roots sound from John Mellencamp.
An invaluable addition to any reader's collection with an eclectic list of books.
A glorification of low culture and a mighty political gesture all in one.
A fascinating tale of Cuba's most notorious times, when the Mob took control of life, from day to day politics to nighttime activities.
Takes you gently through the 20th-century horror ride that is the history of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Who knew that patriotism could be so delightful?