Everything comes together in the conclusion to this 8-part film series, a wonderful combination of great acting, terrific writing, and magical wondrousness that has captivated millions of viewers for the last decade. By Mel Mollick.
Category Archives: Fantasy
Ryan Reynolds does a fine portrayal of Hal Jordan, and while the film overuses CGI a bit, the end product is a brightly-burning adaptation of the DC Comics source material. By Matt Hoover.
Zack Snyder's first non-remake/adaptation is really, really bad. By Sean Collins-Smith.
It may seem like bombast, but Peter Jackson's first action-adventure since The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a rollicking 3-hour roller coaster. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Poor CGI, unoriginal action and quite possibly the most wooden dialogue you've ever been privy to freeze "Clash" in a pillar of suck. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Ingrid Pitt and Madeline Smith star in this lesbian vampire classic. By Michael L
Veteran actors like Paul Newman rule the day in this mostly enjoyable flick...I just wish I could get my hands on Sam Raimi. By Shaun McCracken.
Film capitalizes on original premise: What if you could wish everything away? By William Davenport
Harry, Ron and Hermione become adults quickly in The Deathly Hallows, a dark and cinematically gripping tale of survival on the run. By Sean Collins-Smith.
We find out who the prince is, a major character dies, and that's about it...but it's still a great movie. By Allie Dahl.
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Goblets, Moody, Dragons...what more could you want? Oh yeah, maybe Ralph "YOU'RE A F*CKING INANIMATE OBJECT!" Fiennes as Voldemort. Classic. By Joseph Chirico.