“This sums up the fundamental problem with this film rather nicely. It looks like it’s doing something clever and edgy, but in reality, what it’s saying and doing is rather lame and tame.”
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“Will make anyone who loves to watch demi-gods jumping onto the backs of large computer-generated beasts giddy.”
“Granted, it’s far, far superior to the last meta-Bond film they tried (that would be Die Another Day), but it doesn’t have much of an identity of its own.”
“If you’re going to remake Clash of the Titans, for Zeus’ sake, embrace the silliness!”
In this episode: Rita Skeeter, house-elves, truth, lies and media, the power of cooperation, the power of story, and why it’s never a good idea to make Hermione mad.
“It takes a lot of gall on the part of the filmmakers to reenact both the Rodney King beating and the Rodney King riots here. It’s embarrassingly heavy-handed in 2014; I can’t imagine how it played three years after the actual riots.”
Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Needs More Old Lady Banging, Less ‘Plot’
If Your Day Wasn’t Yet Precious And Twee Enough, Perhaps You Should Watch This Wes Anderson Trailer
At long last, we reach the end of the Suspect’s extended takes on the entire Harry Potter film franchise with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2! Let’s take a gander and see how the final Harry Potter movie stacks up to its predecessors!
Part 1 of the epic conclusion of the Harry Potter series begins! But is this movie just a glorified setup for the next one?
We’re now up to the fifth entry in the Harry Potter series! What happens when the longest book gets adapted into the shortest film in the franchise? The Suspect finds out!
“This is the most interestingly human, yet still recognizably Bond that the character has seemed in a long time, if ever.”
The kids are growing up and the Harry Potter series turns PG-13 with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Many consider this movie to be a low point in the franchise. But what does the Suspect think?
Mr. Mendo reviews Skyfall, the latest film in the James Bond franchise, starring Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem.
By special request of the Agony Booth, Richard is kicking off a new series-within-the-series titled “The Special Relationship”, wherein he looks at American movie remakes that don’t quite live up to their British source material, starting with a comparison of the ‘60s British series The Avengers, and the Razzie-winning 1998 American remake starring Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman, and Sean Connery!