Topics :: action-adventure

The Purge: Anarchy

By Padraic Maroney | Friday Jul 18, 2014
An unnecessary sequel proves that the filmmakers are inept at creating a linear film with a consistent tone.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

By Robert Nesti | Friday Jul 11, 2014
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" renews faith in Hollywood's ability to make commercially viable, thought-provoking sci-fi epics.


By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jul 2, 2014
It’s been a decade since Bill DeSmedt’s debut thriller, "Singularity," was published, and now the author returns with a sequel that’s as cutting-edge and furiously fast-forward moving as the first book.

300: Rise Of An Empire

By JC Alvarez | Tuesday Jun 24, 2014
Let the battle begin! In "300: Rise of an Empire" all bets are off and the gladiator combat has never looked so good! Taking a page from Frank Miller’s classic graphic novel, this sequel packs the power now on Blu-ray!

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

By JC Alvarez | Tuesday Jun 10, 2014
Chris Pine moves into familiar territory in "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" another reboot of a profitable film franchise that electrically moves at a thrilling fast-pace as it comes home on Blu-ray!

3 Days to Kill

By JC Alvarez | Friday May 30, 2014
Have "3 Days to Kill"? Spend them with the kids and Kevin Costner as he balances his life as an international spy with the demands of a teenage daughter. If he doesn’t survive the barrage of bullets, her short minis will do him in!

I, Frankenstein

By Ken Tasho | Sunday May 18, 2014
The film should’ve originally been marketed as a comedy.


By Kevin Taft | Friday May 16, 2014
Gareth Edwards brings us the best Godzilla in years, even though the script doesn’t know what to do with its flesh and blood humans.

Brick Mansions

By Robert Nesti | Friday Apr 25, 2014
"Brick Mansions" is a surprisingly enjoyable urban action genre movie with a by-the-numbers plot enhanced by the chemistry between its leads and furiously realized action sequences.


By Robert Nesti | Thursday Apr 17, 2014
"Transcendence" attempts to be a sci-fi thriller and an essay on the limits of technology; but fails on both counts.