Crime Movie Reviews
Liam Neeson turns in another mesmerizing performance in A Walk Anong the Tombstones. Our A Walk Among the Tombstones review finds that this dark drama finds new ways to show what it means to get justice.
Now You See Me Review: The Four Horsemen Hit Hard
Now You See Me features one of the greatest casts of 2013, led by Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Morgan Freeman. But, our Now You See Me review asks: Is that enough?
Fast and Furious 6 Review: Need for Speed
Fast and Furious 6 storms into theaters, hot off the explosive success of Fast Five. The entire gang is back and our Fast and Furious 6 review cannot say enough about how fun the ride is.
Trance Review: Mind-Blowing Mayhem
Trance is by far one of director Danny Boyle's most challenging efforts. Our Trance review cannot praise Boyle enough and his collaboration with his star, the powerful James McAvoy.
Spring Breakers Review: Spring Break Forever!
Spring Breakers is a study in modern America, as seen through its youth. Our Spring Breakers review finds James Franco giving the performance of his career.
Dead Man Down Review: Double Barrelled Revenge
The revenge thriller gets a much needed shot in the arm with Dead Man Down. The Dead Man Down review finds the Colin Farrell-starring film adding a unique take to what could be a tired genre.
The Sweeney Review: London's Finest
Ray Winstone is electric in The Sweeney, the big screen update of the 1970's British police show. The film is already a hit in England and our The Sweeney review can see why.
Bullet to the Head Review: Sylvester Stallone Stalls
Bullet to the Head features Sylvester Stallone as a hit man trying to avenge his partner's death. Our Bullet to the Head review answers the question: Is the movie a hit?
Stand Up Guys Review: Three Men and a Bounty
Stand Up Guys features two greats who have never worked together before: Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. My Stand Up Guys review finds that the film is worth the wait to see Pacino and Walken as gangsters.