Strutting across the stage with the swagger of a confident newcomer and the casually steely backbone of a veteran, Leslie Jones has camera presence for
So, I realize I’m super late to the party for a first-time watch on this one, but Adam McKay’s “Talladega Nights” is the kind of
This nasty little number from the UK is one of those lesser-known yet impressively grisly and effective horror movies that littered video store shelves throughout
Nearly two hours long, this grandiose, deliriously over-the-top pop spectacle is basically a feature-length advertisement for all of Madonna’s strengths as an entertainer. First off,
This is one of those mid-1990s blockbuster comedies that works really well for the most part, despite some structural flaws that occasionally derail the proceedings.
This is one of those smaller, amusing-but-not-exactly-funny ensemble comedies that used to be made with some regularity in the ’90s (think “Trojan War” or “SubUrbia”),