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The quick-quipping critters who escaped from the Central Park Zoo fashion a Euro crisis of their own, embarking on a third adventure in Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.
The most interesting character in Snow White and the Huntsman is neither of the title characters. It’s Ravenna, the diabolical diva formerly known as the Evil Queen.
Considering Act of Valor is, at its heart, a multimillion-dollar U.S. military recruitment video, it’s fitting that the film opens with a commercial message from directors Mike “Mouse” McCoy and Scott Waugh.
Without being saddled with a plot, Nicolas Cage has an easy zoom down the devil’s highway in silly sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
At the intersection of God and Glee, you’ll find Joyful Noise.
Come for the gore, stay for the headgear.
It doesn’t make scents for Robert Rodriguez to add a scratch-and-sniff dimension he calls Aromascope to the fourth Spy Kids movie, All the Time in the World. It doesn’t work — most of the eight scented circles on the cardboard card to be scratched and sniffed when the appropriate number flashes onscreen smell the same, like papery bubble gum.
“I live. I love. I slay. I am content.” Well, that looks after you, Conan, but what about the rest of us who would like a little plot with our mindlessly splattering gore?
Stick a fork in the Final Destination franchise — probably something that’s been done in some variation to a poor slob in every one of the ongoing series — it’s done.
Who’d ever think a packed stadium of modern-day teens could lose their minds over nerds in Harry Potter-like school uniforms crooning forgettable ’70s sappy popper Silly Love Songs?
The 90-pound weakling does the heavy lifting in the otherwise lightweight World War II-set Captain America: The First Avenger.
“Oh bother,” said Winnie the Pooh as he pulled his red shirt over his furry tummy, which was still round even though it was as empty as his hunny jar.
The animation crew behind Ice Age heads south to shake a tail feather in riotously colourful Rio, but the by-the-books story shows Pixar’s spot at the top of the animation heap still remains supreme.
Time and compound interest haven’t done much for Arthur Bach’s bank account.
Easter was a holiday that has pretty much managed to stay under Hollywood’s radar — with the exception of the 1948 musical Easter Parade, which had no rabbits — and certainly none that poop jelly beans.
What’s worse than having a sarcastic, tormenting bully of an older brother?
Full marks to Easy A, a razor-sharp teen comedy that carries the world-weary angst and acerbic high-school social strata observations of John Hughes into 2010 with quick-witted success.
Hey Drew, this star’s for you. As Erin in Going the Distance, the ever-bubbly Barrymore is playing the same lovable loon — often with a fondness for booze — that she’s been doing since 1995’s Boys on the Side.