Thriller Movie Reviews
End of Watch is one of the best police films of all-time. Our review cannot recommend End of Watch more than to say that few films of the last decade have moved us, riveted and compelled us as David Ayers' film has achieved.
Red Lights Movie Review: Chiller or Charlatan?
Robert De Niro is back to his creepy Angel Heart self in our movie review of Red Lights. Yet, it is the Irish actor Cillian Murphy who steals every scene and the film is all his.
The Raven Movie Review: John Cusack is Edgar Allan Poe
Does The Raven rock? We find the good and the not-so-good with John Cusack and his turn as Edgar Allan Poe, but the film does rivet.
Gone Movie Review: Amanda Seyfried's Scary Thriller
Gone is Amanda Seyfried's movie. That is a very good thing as the thriller that lies on Seyfried's shoulders comes through.
Safe House Movie Review: Denzel Delivers
Denzel Washington lets it all hang out with his performance as the bad guy in Safe House. Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds is brilliantly cast as a CIA agent awaiting Washington's arrival at his Safe House.
Man on a Ledge Movie Review: Tons of Twists and Turns
Man on a Ledge is a solid thriller, that pulsates with action and a great performance by Sam Worthington. It is an ensemble piece, as it also stars Ed Burns, Ed Harris and Elizabeth Banks, but this is firmly Worthington's movie.
The Grey Movie Review: Liam Neeson Astounds
The Grey is a terse thriller that showcases an actor in Liam Neeson who is at the top of his game. The story of man versus wolf in The Grey is told with a power that is unique in today's cinema.
The Divide Movie Review: Divided We Fall
The Divide is an interesting study in the human condition. When a nuclear attack is unleashed, how do you think we as humans would react?
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Movie Review: We Spy Brilliance
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is full of excellence. Not the least of Tinker, Tailor's strength is its cast and stellar direction.
The Double Movie Review: A Spy is Born
The Double tries to paint itself as a spy thriller for the ages. Does the Richard Gere and Topher Grace film achieve that fact?
Anonymous Movie Review: Astounding
Anonymous asks the question: Did William Shakespeare really compose all that brilliant prose? In the hands of director Roland Emmerich and screenwriter John Orloff, the answer is not that simple.
In Time Movie Review: Mind-Bending Fun
In Time is what it seems and more. Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried sizzle in filmmaker Andrew Niccol's latest.