A thriller assembled from familiar parts, but with verve and style.
Nick's retrospective series continues with a look at Marlon Brando's inspired comic turn.
A greasy carnival ride under the guise of a polished prestige picture.
The feature-length equivalent of scratched balls.
Adam Sandler crushes it as one of the decade's most despicable (and compelling) anti-heroes.
Cant miss ... because it never pulls the trigger.
You don't have to worry 'bout givin' this your money.
Aaron Sorkin's latest lexicon luxuriance is supremely entertaining.
Earns a place among Scorsese’s masterpieces ... for the first hour.