Batman: The Dark Knight's director, Chris Nolan, made a name for himself with the narrative-bending Memento.
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The Transporter's First Package
With The Transporter 3 hitting theaters on November 26th, I decided to finally go back and see Jason Statham's first film in the series.
An Election Too Close to Call
Recount, the HBO film starring Kevin Spacey, is a tense retelling of the behind-the-scenes legal machinations of the contested 2000 presidential election.
There Can Be Only Two
The Forbidden Kingdom is a stereotypical martial arts flick, but the main character isn't the prophesied hero — it's his teachers, Jackie Chan and Jet Li.
WarGames: Still Alive
WarGames 2: The Dead Code starts off as a poor echo of its 1983 predecessor before blossoming into a surprising tribute to the Matthew Broderick original.
Enchanted is a live-action cornucopia of homages to Disney's animated classics, making for an original tale fun for the whole family.
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Remember Father's Day? I didn't think so. It was a 1997 comedy with Billy Crystal and Robin Williams in which the perfect strangers hit the road to find the son one of them never knew they had — and to find out which one is the father. Cross this film's plot with Mamma Mia!, subtract…
There Are Four Sides to Every Story
Star Trek often serves as a gateway to introduce me to new fiction, as I follow its actors and writers on to new ventures. But rather than new material, the Trek connection sometimes leads me backward to explore the influences that engendered the futuristic franchise. In this case, a recent review of the old TNG…