The movie hits all the milestones although it perhaps tries too hard to be uplifting and inspirational.
An odd movie but its central questions and dilemmas are compelling and there’s enough here of substance for the impressions to linger.
Follows the mandate of delivering more of the same to keep the franchise going and attempts to expand the canvas aren’t successful.
It’s difficult to recommend something that, despite offering a few solid laughs, is instantly forgettable.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a viewer in search of two hour’s quality entertainment won’t find it here.
Analyzed on its own merits or in concert with the earlier film, "Point Break" doesn’t work.
To those with even a limited exposure to Peanuts over the years, this will feel like a homecoming.
As a family-oriented adventure film, "Pan" is adequate, although the darkness of the material may make it unsuitable for younger children.
This is what happens when Hollywood starts out with a bad idea, miscasts all the roles, and executes everything badly in production and post-production.
Based on the novel by John Green, "Paper Towns" is an exercise in artifice.