Derek Fleek is an online movie critic and promoter of the site Popcorn Monsters. His favorite genres are horror (modern and classic), comedy horror, and occasionally a good drama. His favorite movie is Pulp Fiction and his favorite director is Quentin Tarantino. You can find more movie reviews at his website.
State-of-the-art filmmaking and one of the strangest films of 2008.
every line of nonstop banter rolls off the tongue like peanut butter, feeling entirely scripted (especially when cited by Keanu).
About the best you can say regarding this all show and no go feature is, hey, it could've been worse.
It's a tribute rather than a trite, cinematic exposition of a true-life story.
Joel and Ethan Coen are back to lesser form with Burn After Reading.
Tortoise vs Hare doesn't take the fun out of the classic story as much as it swamps its important moral.
...loaded with repetitive action, occasionally sloppy camerawork, ill-favored subplots involving love and daddy issues, and an excessively lackluster script.
Both style and substance can be found in this thrilling adventure.
It's a bore from start to finish, essentially because of the pedestrian plot and below standard chemistry.
The dense script, lousy animation, and myriad attempts at making torturous puns humorous becomes nearly unbearable.