Endlessly inventive and zestfully acted by a skilled cast, this is unpredictable, outrageous fun.
More action than sci-fi, the film offers enough excitement to move it along at a quick pace.
Quentin Tarantino's Adaptation.
Len Wiseman may paint a dystopian landscape well, but he leaves the horror of Phillip K. Dick out.
Dick's Blade Runner, Minority Report, and of course Total Recall, with a slight case of Bourne.
A rare remake - funny and fast-paced - that lives up to the original.
William Monahan provides an intriguing premise but fails to develop it into anything more.
"Horrible Bosses" is a laugh-out-loud comedy about three men who drunkedly plan to kill off each other's bosses.
A new take on suburban fears.
A rarity for sure, but Fright Night proves a remake can still be done right.