Our relationship with art changes over time. In our instantaneous iPhone age, we don’t live with albums or movies or TV shows or books like we used to. With Re-Reviews, we re-explore our relationship with ...
If you are in a position to egregiously waste 118 minutes of your existence, then I invite you to view 'Battlefield Earth.'
You might get a little kick out of the slapsticky 'Home Alone'-type ninja action, but the lousy dialogue, ridiculous premise, and forgettable performances deserved to kill the '3 Ninjas' franchise.
Stephen Mills explores this action-adventure comedy, which subverted audience and critic expectations, avoiding the obvious Brad Pitt-Julia Roberts romance in favor of a more unusual plot.
Mark Pursell takes a closer look at this schizophrenic Bollywood trainwreck.
Ryan Poynter takes a closer look at this often maligned '90s gender-bender.
Ryan takes a closer look at the "horror monster musical" 'The Horror of Party Beach.'
In this installment of "Back Off, Jerk," Charles J. Moss defends the Kevin James film comedy 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop.'
With this week's "Scraping the Barrel," we take a closer look at #98 on the IMDB Bottom 100, 'Plump Fiction.'
There’s a fine line between camp and class, between low-brow and high-brow. Have you ever been that person who’s constantly defending a movie or TV show or album that everybody else seems to despise? With ...