Angel-A

Angel-A
“Angel-A” doesn’t offer as much instant gratification as Besson’s more action-packed flicks, nor is it quite on par with other quirky romances, but it’s clearly Besson’s most personal film, a gorgeous and romantic travelogue of Paris locations, the type of foreign film that offers romance for the ladies, action for the guys, and plenty of humorous and poignant moments that can be admired by both.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Despite a rather dull and uninspired opening, the last hour of action and resolution makes for a suitably satisfying ending, at least to this chapter of the Pirates saga.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Of the three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, The Curse of the Black Pearl was the best, Dead Man’s Chest is second, and At Word’s End is a distant third. Still, it’s well worth checking out.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” isn’t a bad film, Depp is as good in the role as ever, but it’s nowhere near as good as it could have been. If nothing else, it’s ambition and moral ambiguity still set it apart from the pack, but as a send off to the trilogy it staggers across the finish line more than winning out right.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Is it possible for a movie franchise to become a shadow of its former self if its former self is a theme park ride? Probably not, but this third Pirates movie is frustrating, over-long and, at times, just plain bad. [Lees verder]

Angel-A
“Angel-A” doesn’t offer as much instant gratification as Besson’s more action-packed flicks, nor is it quite on par with other quirky romances, but it’s clearly Besson’s most personal film, a gorgeous and romantic travelogue of Paris locations, the type of foreign film that offers romance for the ladies, action for the guys, and plenty of humorous and poignant moments that can be admired by both.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Despite a rather dull and uninspired opening, the last hour of action and resolution makes for a suitably satisfying ending, at least to this chapter of the Pirates saga.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Of the three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, The Curse of the Black Pearl was the best, Dead Man’s Chest is second, and At Word’s End is a distant third. Still, it’s well worth checking out.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” isn’t a bad film, Depp is as good in the role as ever, but it’s nowhere near as good as it could have been. If nothing else, it’s ambition and moral ambiguity still set it apart from the pack, but as a send off to the trilogy it staggers across the finish line more than winning out right.[Lees verder]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Is it possible for a movie franchise to become a shadow of its former self if its former self is a theme park ride? Probably not, but this third Pirates movie is frustrating, over-long and, at times, just plain bad. [Lees verder]