A dour, predictable dragon-destruction tale.
Vibrant acting sustains this dramedy through dimmer portions.
Diarrhea jokes befit a comedy that craps the bed.
Agreeably dim-bulb and modestly entertaining.
More like "The Ham-ityville Horror."
Almost the ultimate in autopilot filmmaking.
Certifiably but agreeably insane.
A more subtle invective than Oliver Stone's usual.
A cheesy, cheeky and amiably time-wasting spoof.
A grand ode to the power of the moving image.