Tagged: mood: eye-rolling
Ryan Murphy provides Eat Pray Love with great visuals and scenery, but the film version of Elizabeth Gilbert’s soul-healing journey is boring.
In the year 2200, a mysterious and highly intelligent chicken named George teaches humanity a lesson about its own frailty and its impending demise.
Woody Allen’s To Rome with Love follows four separate story lines, which don’t intersect with each other, and feature diffferent themes, but the one thing in common they have is that it all takes place in Rome, Italy.
Showtime’s House of Lies takes a behind-the-scenes look upon the world of management consulting.
Benh Zeitlin’s debut isn’t quite the masterpiece that everyone makes it out to be, but instead a mixed bag of good and bad ideas helped along by solid performances.
Winterbottom’s adaptation of Hardy’s novel provides an interesting character study for Pinto, who does an amazing job even when the script lets her down.
The Dictator is the latest endeavor of Sacha Baron Cohen at humor with social commentary.
The Korean re-adaptation of a Japanese manga follows Dr. Jin Hyuk, a young and successful surgeon who ends up traveling back in time to the Joseon period, after he finds a weird fetus-shaped humor inside a mysterious patient.
The conversations that take place in Friends with Kids not only feel fresh and authentic, they also provide food for thought regarding friendships, relationships, and the prospect of becoming a parent.
The big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages really is nothin’ but a good time.