While you're obviously meant to take Inferno with a dash of salt, it's so preposterously stupid that this rancid popcorn flick becomes increasingly nauseating the further you taste.
Boo! A Madea Halloween was my first experience with Tyler Perry's Madea franchise, and while the other titles in the series might be shades better, the reality is that I have no real desire to find out.
There are certainly shades of Iron Man and Thor, but what the film brings to the table to balance out its familiar elements is some of the most bombastic, exciting and beautiful action sequences we've seen in modern blockbusters, as well as the firm establishment of a...
You may feel compelled to dismiss this new Ouija out of hand just because of its connection to its predecessor, but that would be a mistake, as you'll be missing out on one of the biggest cinematic surprises of the year.
Despite the obvious star power, there's a distinct lack of voltage that runs throughout Keeping Up With The Joneses as the whole film just feels flat and insipid.