In addition to new releases and bad movies, I also took on the task of reviewing films that turned 25…
Browsing: Nerdbot Cinema Reviews
“2 Days in the Valley” is the Wish version of “Pulp Fiction.”
“Candyman” himself somehow outlives his own movie confines, immortalized despite his limited screen time in his own origin.
“Tin Cup” may have all the predictability of its genre cliches, but executes them just good enough to be a solid and funny sports film.
“Escape From L.A” is an iconic, enjoyable character placed in a really bad movie.
“A Time to Kill” glamorizes the worst of American culture, and reaches unsettling conclusions through over the top sentimentality.
“Kingpin” is a strange comedy you may often forget you’ve seen and once you rewatch, are shocked that you haven’t rewatched it more often.
Peter Jackson’s “The Frighteners” turns the big 25 this year, and you know what? It still holds up, mostly.
“Independence Day” not only gives us countless quotable lines, but clever use of technology and cinematography too!
“The Rock” is damn fun, gleefully relishing in the silliness of its premise and delivering on just about everything you would expect.