The movie is a combination of hope, humor and heart. After a somewhat slow start, the movie wins the audience over and pulls them into this story of a man with a mission.
Savages is an edgy, creative movie that holds the attention of the audience from start to finish and then stays with them after they leave the theater.
When the bullets fly and the knives come out, Savages springs to gory, spurting life. Too much of the film, however, showcases its pretty stars' shortcomings -- and they're almost significant enough to sink the film.
"Savages" allows its cast to have fun in ways that safe summer fare like "The Amazing Spider-Man" could only dream. To celebrate this, let's rank the cast of "Savages" in ascending order of madness.
At first I was sympathetic to the supermodel mom in her demands for $46,000 a month from her billionaire ex-boyfriend. Then a top NYC divorce lawyer e...
Each time I see Kelly with our daughters, tickling them, singing with them and giving them even more of what she knows they'll need to become strong women, I am proud of her and our family.
Salma Hayek, please. Have a major word with your billionaire husband. Whether he's happy about it or not, he did father an adorable boy, who's now five, with supermodel Linda Evangelista.
It's oddly intriguing that a lackluster show and a diluted dose of Ricky Gervais appeals to me greater than his shockmeister two prior appearances.
Puss in Boots 3D is about what you'd expect -- a two-dimensional comedy shown with technology to make you believe you're seeing something you're not. And one of the things you're not seeing -- or, rather, hearing -- is witty dialogue.