A cold, unimaginative sequel, "Star Trek: Into Darkness" leaves you wanting more - and not in a good way. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Category Archives: Sequel
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.
If you can get past the cardboard characters, the awful new actress and the boring first 90 minutes, there's a halfway decent action flick here. It just takes forever to get there. By Sean Collins-Smith.
You wouldn't know it by the look and feel of "Cars 2", but this loud mishmash of mishandled material is a Pixar Production. By Sean Collins-Smith.
"Kung Fu Panda 2" is a darker, more mature adventure than the first, but its knack for silliness remains thankfully in tact. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis reprise their roles in "The Hangover: Part II", which itself reprises basically every single thing that happened in part one. Which, in the end, might not be so bad. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Captan Jack Sparrow returns to search for the fountain of youth, an interesting prospect that is soon marred by mermaids, stale action and downright boredom. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Bad ass and proud of it, Fast Five is this spring's first summer movie. By Michael L and Sean Collins-Smith.
Slick, superior horror entertainment from horror master Wes Craven. By Michael L
Young Jeff Bridges looks awful and the characters aren't much better - was this made on a computer, or something? By Sean Collins-Smith.
Film capitalizes on original premise: What if you could wish everything away? By William Davenport
Made-for-TV prequel basks in the homicidal, matricidal nature of Norman Bates. By Michael L.