300

300
Not content with merely bringing the visuals of Frank Miller’s amazing historic epic to the screen verbatim, Zack Snyder actually improves upon them, using his equally sick imagination and a solid cast to sell this amazing story of the mighty Spartans.[Lees verder]

Zodiac
David Fincher has achieved a new level of filmmaking, turning his back on the tried-and-true techniques he originated to create a true crime thriller that’s surprising in how thoroughly it reveals the facts and details of the case without ever being tedious or exploitative. It’s an amazing film experience.[Lees verder]

The Astronaut Farmer
“The Astronaut Farmer” is a gorgeous, well-made film, even if it seems a bit safe and predictable compared to the Polish Brothers’ previous work.[Lees verder]

The Number 23
Awkward moments, terrible dialogue and a boring presentation plague this film.[Lees verder]

Reno 911!: Miami
Tons of funny, raunchy gags make this transition from small to big screen worthwhile, but mainly for fans of the show who might be forgiving of the low-end production values and cobbled-together plot.[Lees verder]

Starter for 10
Cynics may feel pressed to burst this movie’s bubble, but it is truly a warm and funny slice of John Hughes-esque seriocomic youth cinema.[Lees verder]

Breach
Sophisticated thriller lacks excitement and occasionally veers off course, but remains buoyed by brilliant performances and solid storytelling.[Lees verder]

Bridge to Terabithia
“Bridge to Terabithia” should please fans of the book and anyone that likes fantasy films. If you’re either, you’ll want to see it.[Lees verder]

Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider is a fun ride and definitely worth checking out![Lees verder]

Ghost Rider
Despite some fun scenes and cool effects, “Ghost Rider” works even less as a movie than it did as a comic book, because once you get past the cool concept and visuals of the character, there really isn’t very much else there.[Lees verder]

300
Not content with merely bringing the visuals of Frank Miller’s amazing historic epic to the screen verbatim, Zack Snyder actually improves upon them, using his equally sick imagination and a solid cast to sell this amazing story of the mighty Spartans.[Lees verder]

Zodiac
David Fincher has achieved a new level of filmmaking, turning his back on the tried-and-true techniques he originated to create a true crime thriller that’s surprising in how thoroughly it reveals the facts and details of the case without ever being tedious or exploitative. It’s an amazing film experience.[Lees verder]

The Astronaut Farmer
“The Astronaut Farmer” is a gorgeous, well-made film, even if it seems a bit safe and predictable compared to the Polish Brothers’ previous work.[Lees verder]

The Number 23
Awkward moments, terrible dialogue and a boring presentation plague this film.[Lees verder]

Reno 911!: Miami
Tons of funny, raunchy gags make this transition from small to big screen worthwhile, but mainly for fans of the show who might be forgiving of the low-end production values and cobbled-together plot.[Lees verder]

Starter for 10
Cynics may feel pressed to burst this movie’s bubble, but it is truly a warm and funny slice of John Hughes-esque seriocomic youth cinema.[Lees verder]

Breach
Sophisticated thriller lacks excitement and occasionally veers off course, but remains buoyed by brilliant performances and solid storytelling.[Lees verder]

Bridge to Terabithia
“Bridge to Terabithia” should please fans of the book and anyone that likes fantasy films. If you’re either, you’ll want to see it.[Lees verder]

Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider is a fun ride and definitely worth checking out![Lees verder]

Ghost Rider
Despite some fun scenes and cool effects, “Ghost Rider” works even less as a movie than it did as a comic book, because once you get past the cool concept and visuals of the character, there really isn’t very much else there.[Lees verder]