Medical researchers stumble upon a way to raise the dead in atmospheric horror film The Lazarus Effect on Blu-ray from Fox.
Drinking Buddies is a very enjoyable small film with an excellent performance by Olivia Wilde.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone struggles to find a stroke of magical genius in this mundane comedy effort.
A few solid performances help to catapult Magnolia’s Deadfall into a film that’s well worth a look.
The Words is a dull, overly melodramatic literary thriller that would have been better served by an actual novel.
A mildly amusing, thinly veiled political satire with a star-studded cast, Butter offers a few laughs but misses the the target of edgy comedy it was shooting for.
This mediocre psychological drama from director D. W. Brown has one thing going for it, and that’s Olivia Wilde.
While writer/Director Andrew Niccol’s middling sci-fi thriller In Time does show an uncanny prescience concerning the current debate over the haves and have nots, it’s mostly a second rate William Gibson knock off that is also a rehash if his own 1997 film Gattaca.
Paul Haggis’ The Next Three Days is too long and short on believability to be a a satisfying thriller.