Masaaki Yuasa serves up another uniquely fantastical animated feature.
A sweetly enchanting tale of simple love and overly complicated romance.
Come for the gory kills, stay for the... gory kills.
The Great Escape deserves better than this.
Out of the apocalyptic fire and into the frying pan cult.
All of the ingredients are here for something special, but the end result is more than a little under-baked.
This poorly sketched shark flick should have been bolder, cornier, and bloodier.
Spike Lee delivers one of his most significant and most provocative films.
Families break, but that doesn't always mean they're broken.
The only thing more surprising than the lack of laughs is the abundance of kick-ass action.