Thriller Movie Reviews
Black Sea stars Jude Law as a submarine captain trying to find some lost Nazi gold. The film rivets and works on so many levels, our Black Sea review reports.
A Walk Among the Tombstones Review: Liam Neeson Redefines Justice
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.
The Purge Anarchy Review: Violence as Vindication
The Purge: Anarchy takes what was introduced in Ethan Hawke's The Purge and greatly expands it in the most rewarding and powerful of ways. Our The Purge: Anarchy review also can report that star Frank Grillo announces himself as a force of nature.
Snowpiercer: Get on This Speeding Train!
Snowpiercer stars Chris Evans as a man trying to survive on a train circling the globe after a new ice age. Our Snowpiercer review can't recommend the post-apocalyptic, survivors on a train, tale enough.
The Purge Review: Ethan Hawke Starts a Debate
The Purge stars Ethan Hawke and sports the most original of ideas. For one night a year, all violence is deemed legal... but with such a terrific premise, our The Purge review explores if it delivers.
The Company You Keep Review: Arrested Development
The Company You Keep should be a nail biter with its star pedigree, including Robert Redford starring and directing, and Shia LaBeouf and Susan Sarandon anchoring the cast. Our The Company You Keep review finds that although at times bumpy, the story of 1960's radicals does pop.
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.
Olympus Has Fallen Review: Die Hard in the White House
Gerard Butler is back in action in Olympus Has Fallen. Our Olympus Has Fallen review finds the 300 star is right at home saving the day.
The Call Review: Halle Berry's Wild... Hair?
The Call review is not one that is easy to compose as the Halle Berry film is much more compelling than ever expected. Berry stars as a 911 operator who gets sucked into the kidnapping of Abagail Breslin.
Stoker Review: One Fierce Family
The best movie of 2013 so far, our Stoker review states, is the Nicole Kidman-starring thriller. Kidman is the Stoker matriarch to Mia Wasikowska's daughter, who is living an unnerving life after the death of their husband and father.
Side Effects Review: Take the Red Pill
Our Side Effects review has to start with the timeliness of the film. Prescription drugs are being dished out at an alarming rate and stars Jude Law and Rooney Mara explore their Side Effects.
Broken City Review: Mark Wahlberg & Russell Crowe Clash
Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe star as a former NYPD cop and New York Mayor in the new political crime thriller, Broken City. Our Broken City review asks: Does it add up?