Air Force One holds up almost 25 years later and the film remains one of the greatest presidential action thrillers to grace the big screen. Three weeks after the Russian-American capture of General Ivan Radek, President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) attends an event in Moscow. At the dinner, Marshall also states unequivocally that the United States will not negotiate with terrorists. Marshall makes the trip with his wife, Grace (Wendy Crewson), and daughter, Alice (Liesel…"Air Force One: A Classic Presidential Action Thriller"
Jurassic Park III manages to get even darker than the prior films but the sequel doesn’t quite capture the magic of the franchise. Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) heads to Isla Sorna under false pretenses. Assistant Billy Brennan (Alessandro Nivola) joins the Jurassic Park veteran on the trip. Paul (William H. Macy) and Amanda Kirby (Téa Leoni) offer Grant funding if he gives them an aerial tour of the island. Sounds like a good idea,…"Jurassic Park III: The Worst of the Franchise"
The Layover is a hot mess from start to finish and so full of cliches but one can’t help from watching it. Hornsby and Krall have written for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia but this film doesn’t live up to even that sitcom’s standards. These women are among of the most poorly-written female characters that I’ve ever seen. You almost have to feel bad for Kate Upton after her being cast in The Other Woman. …"The Layover is A Hot Mess, Not Worth the Time"