Thriller Movie Reviews
Margin Call is about as timely as a film can be. It also possesses a cast, led by Jeremy Irons and Kevin Spacey, that is among the year's best.
The Skin I Live In Movie Review: Ravishing and Riveting
The Skin I Live In is a film you will not soon forget. Antonio Banderas stars in The Skin I Live In from director Pedro Almodovar and it's one of the best of 2011.
Texas Killing Fields Movie Review: The Filmmaker's Daughter Delivers
The Texas Killing Fields arrives in theaters bringing a horrible true story to life. Texas Killing Fields compels, commands and provides thrills and chills.
Dream House Movie Review: Oh, the Horror!
Dream House tries to be a horror and psychological thriller that stars Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz. Unfortunately, it achieves neither.
Abduction Movie Review: Does it Abduct the Audience?
Abduction is meant to be Taylor Lautner's breakout role. But, will his fans excuse the flimsy plot?
Straw Dogs Movie Review: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
Straw Dogs was originally made by Sam Peckinpah and now Rod Lurie has turned his pen and camera on the story. James Marsden and Kate Bosworth star in Straw Dogs as a couple who head back down South from Hollywood when Bosworth's father dies.
The Debt Movie Review: Crackling Cinema
The Debt is one fantastic film. The Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain and Sam Worthington starring film is fantastic.
The Perfect Host Review: A Tale Involving Twists and Turns
David Hyde Pierce is a master at his craft. The story is full of twists and turns that will have you guessing right till the end.
Hanna Movie Review: A Strong Female-Centered Action Flick
A female action film that doesn't play up sex or marginalize its female lead. A great performance by Saoirse Ronan.
Limitless Movie Review: Great Premise, So-So Execution
Original idea with a great plot and great actors. Limitless doesn't quite reach its full potential.
Red Riding Hood Review: Overly Dramatic, With a Surprising Twist
The famous fairy tale is tacked in Red Riding Hood, but it's just an imitation of Twilight. The overly dramatic tale doesn't have much staying power.
Unknown Review: Some Good Twists, But Don't Think About It Too Much
Unknown provides some great twists and an unexpected ending. The filmmakers don't develop the story enough make it completely believable.