The crew of the Enterprise returns for the workmanlike Into Darkness.
by Joe Bardi | May 15, 2013
The holidays meet heroism in DreamWorks’ Rise of the Guardians.
by Anthony Salveggi | November 21, 2012
People Like Us tells a touching story about long-lost siblings dealing with daddy issues.
by Katelyn Williamson | July 02, 2012
Our traveling critic reviews two films making a splash on the festival circuit.
by Jimmy Geurts | June 07, 2012
This Means War offers slick, sharp and sexy fun for all.
by Kevin Tall | February 16, 2012
CL Contributor Kevin Hopp reviews Unstoppable, which he likens to a little-known movie called Speed. Check out his full review here
by Kevin Hopp | November 16, 2010
A long time ago in a galaxy, wait -- wrong space opera. Star Trek is that other massively successful sci-fi saga that spawned 10 feature films, four TV series and all the related toys/games/fetish-wear that goes with it. Trek inspired the adoration of millions of our more interesting citizens and enjoyed a string of big-time success throughout the 1980s and '90s. But then the franchise fell on hard times, the movies started to suck (see: Star Trek: Nemesis) and the remaining TV show (Enterprise) was cancelled. Star Trek was never "cool," per se, but this rapid descent into irrelevance was ridiculous.
by Joe Bardi | May 06, 2009
Does director J.J. Abrams' Star Trek re-boot have what it takes to live long and prosper at the box office?
by Joe Bardi | May 05, 2009