Articles in The Critical Eye
Love and Other Drugs isn’t just this week’s romantic comedy, it’s also one of the best romantic films of the year.
It might not be the game you remember, but it’s better than you can possibly expect.
While it has a few funny moments, Due Date isn’t the great follow-up to The Hangover we were hoping for.
Even though this sequel was rushed, you certainly shouldn’t rush to see it.
As long as you can turn your brain off, Bruce Willis’ latest is a fun ride.
Is it “Kind of a Funny Story”? Not really. Mostly just a lame one.
This reviewer clicks the like button on one of the best films of 2010.
The quintessential 80s villain comes to the new millennium with a few missteps.
The Town will make you see Ben Affleck in a whole new light.
Uninteresting characters and a lack of laughs make Going the Distance a trip to skip.
Robert Duvall further solidifies his status as Hollywood legend with his turn as Felix Bush in Get Low.
The Kids Are All Right turns out to be one of the most charming and relatable films of the summer.