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I, for one, am officially fed up with movies about zombie outbreaks, mutant outbreaks, virus outbreaks, and outbreaks in general. To be fair, the end of the world/global epidemic genre can still be done well. The best recent example actually isn’t a movie, but “The Walking Dead: The Game,” which packed in more drama, thrills and heartfelt character development than the AMC TV show of the same name. Such compelling characters and genuine terror are missing from “World War Z.” It’s surprisingly hollow, surprisingly bland, and, most unforgivable of all, surprisingly boring.
Might there be a real-life zombie apocalypse one day? Not likely, but then again, the way zombies have chomped their way into our pop culture the last several years, it's maybe a bit less implausible than it once was.
Brad Pitt wanted to build a better blockbuster.
Gerard Butler gives it his all as the title character in "Machine Gun Preacher," a drama based on the true story of biker-turned-humanitarian Sam Childers.
After looking through the trailers for most of the fall 2011 movies, it's hard not to feel a little cynical.
“Casino Royale” came along just as the James Bond franchise was sinking into a lazy rehash of all that had gone before. It jump-started 007 with its seamless mix of action and emotion, and now “Quantum of Solace” keeps it humming along — in a familiar, but forgettable, gear.
LONDON - Agent 007 received the royal stamp of approval, with Princes William and Harry attending the world premiere of the new James Bond thriller, "Quantum of Solace."
LOS ANGELES - Agent 007 still has all of his digits. Daniel Craig was sent to the hospital after suffering a minor hand injury while filming the latest James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace" at Pinewood Studios near London.
It can’t be an easy feat for a movie director — five feature films that, on the surface anyway, have little or nothing in common. Five offspring, as motley and dissimilar as the scene around Angelina Jolie’s dinner table.
Craig Outhier reviews 5 new movies
In “Stay,” director Marc Forster (“Monster's Ball”) conjures a striking gallery display of duality, identity and consciousness. If only he had something resembling a concrete plot to occupy his woefully murky main stage.
February 27, 2005
January 26, 2005
Now that 2004 has finally been laid to rest — along with the usual heaps of Person of the Year articles and Top 10 lists — it’s time to move our gaze forward to the coming months and a no less-venerated tradition: New Year’s predictions.
January 6, 2005
December 14, 2004
December 13, 2004