The 12 Flops of Christmas continue with Steve Martin's 1994 Christmas comedy about suicide, Mixed Nuts!
Comet is a sharp, modern romantic comedy that ends up being a welcome entry in the indie flick canon.
VHS Viral does not satisfy. Ever. It tries, it sure does. But its framing device is incomprehensible, and the individual stories lack cohesion, scares, and good ideas.
Starry Eyes: This movie wasn't terrible!
In 1996, Ben Stiller and Jim Carrey stunned audiences nationwide with The Cable Guy, a dark satire of media-obsessed gen-Xers highlighted by streaks of Carrey's patented arm-flailing. Unfortunately, critics were not amused.
Despite the fact that it tries new things and looks great, Horns is nothing more than a neat little popcorn movie for the huddled Halloween masses (and Radcliffe fangirls).
Shailene Woodley's hormones take center stage in White Bird in a Blizzard, a jumbled coming-of-age-mystery-drama
John Curran's adaptation of Robyn Davidson's memoir Tracks is a story about isolation, set against some of the most beautiful Australian Outback cinematography I've ever seen.
The Man on Her Mind tries to get deep about the idea of soul, but it's only a surface examination of the idea that doesn't really add up to anything.
Frontera is a western-drama-mystery-comedy, all in decisive chunks, approximately in that order. But with the plot's lack of cohesion and a seriously unsatisfying ending, this movie ends up tripping over everything it built up in its first half.
Wes Anderson and his sound editors get an A+ on Rushmore.