A regurgitated product, familiar bits and pieces of teen-friendly “scary” stuff that mimics horror in disappointingly superficial ways.
"The Commuter" delivers exactly what’s advertised – a turn-off-the-brain action film starring Liam Neeson that doesn’t moralize or overplay its hand.
A standard-order action/thriller with adequate performances, occasional bursts of tension, awful dialogue, and a minimal narrative.
A kluge of bad science and worse science fiction clichés, it tries to be atmospheric and scary but succeeds only at being frustrating and tedious.
Although there are numerous problems with "Fifty Shades Freed," the fundamental one is also the most obvious: the lack of a compelling story.
The movie feels like what it is – a moderately low-budget action/adventure outing designed primarily for the Asian market.
In many ways a throwback, which would be okay if there wasn’t already an okay version of the same story kicking around from the 1970s .
"Gringo" is messy and at times incoherent, filled with pointless subplots and confounding “twists.”
Like nearly all unnecessary sequels, it’s the wedding of “bigger is better” with “more of the same.”
A-level special effects can’t elevate "Rampage" above its B-grade aspirations.