A misguided and overstuffed farce that plays out like Joel Schumacher's homoerotic, neon lit, gravity-defying, cocaine-fueled fever dream. So why do I keep watching it? Maybe it's all the ice-puns! The movie is inexplicably entertaining, yet simultaneously LAME.
Released on June 20, 1997, this $140 million sci-fi action comedy mess still managed to make a hundred million dollars in profit. Directed by Joel Schumacher, the fourth live-action Batman film stars George Clooney as the Dark Knight, in what is perhaps the most miscast role in the history of cinema.
He does is his hammiest job taking over as the Caped Crusader, who delicately tries to battle evil without ever killing anyone. Alongside is Chris O’Donnell, Alicia Silverstone, and…
This captivating science fiction drama from critically acclaimed director Christopher Nolan was produced on a budget of $165 million, and released on November 5, 2014. Although it's an entirely original property with no ties to any previous works, the hype surrounding Nolan's ninth feature film was so high, Warner Bros. studios traded away the rights to its lucrative "Friday The 13th" series (among other franchises) just to secure worldwide distribution rights to this movie. So to say…
This low-budget American crime-thriller from first-time director Dan Gilroy was a critical and commercial success following its theatrical release on Halloween, 2014. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as an enigmatic individual who muscles his way into the world of crime journalism: earning money by photographing accidents and murders late at night, and selling them to a local news station. He is a quirky, bottom-feeding opportunist, exhibiting signs of high-functioning autism... always communicating directly, if dishonestly with his mark.