Big Hero 6 is charming, effective, never dull, and gets by almost on sheer force of will despite a few minor slip ups.
It's still a wealth of untapped potential, but Tusk is still Kevin Smith's most intriguing film in close to a decade.
Identity Thief is a movie so desperate for ideas to pad out it’s running time that there’s actually a scene involving snakes slithering into pants that I suppose the audience is supposed to pretend they haven’t seen a bazillion and one times before. Put simply the movie just doesn’t work, but what’s most heartbreaking about the whole endeavor is the fact that there’s no reason why a movie about identity theft mixing the talents of Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman couldn’t work.
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to the big screen The Last Stand in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, and Winnipeg on Wednesday, January 16th at 7:00pm from Dork Shelf and Alliance Films.
This Friday, Will Ferrell returns with another cinematic entry of his patented brand of wacko-surrealist comedy. However, this time it’s a little different. Specifically, the movie, Casa De Mi Padre, is entirely in Spanish and subtitled. Dork Shelf got a chance to chat with Casa De Mi Padre’s writer Andrew Steele and director Matt Piedmont to discuss the origins of their completely insane (in the best possible sense) new movie.
Ostensibly a cross between Inside Man and The Negotiator with a healthy dose of Michael Bay style ridiculousness, Man on a Ledge might be the most fun to be had in cinemas this January. It’s an unabashed crowd pleaser that really doesn’t care that it doesn’t make an iota of logical sense.