Paul (Hugh Grant) and Meryl (Sarah Jessica Parker) Morgan were having an argument as they
accidentally witnessed a murder. Therefore, the separated couple is shipped to a secluded location in Wyoming for their safety. Review: There were some good elements about this film. The characters developed through the movie and their were several funny scenes in there. The acting was passable, too. However, it lacked a good plot. and the ending was really predictable. Still it's nice to see Sara Jessica Parker go out of her element from the the Sex in the City movies to out in the wilderness. This movie should be fine for pretty much all ages as there wasn't much action in the movie and no questionable language.
Joni (Mia Wasikowska) and Laser (Josh Hutcherson) want to find out who their real dad (Mark Ruffalo)
is after growing up with two moms, Nic and Jules (Annette Bening and Julianne Moore). Review: This movie had such a simple plot, but it was executed to perfection. The acting across the board was terrific mainly because the realism of the movie. It was one of those few movies that you could see happening in real life thanks to amazing dialogue. we saw the kids' characters develop, and also saw that a gay (or *******) couple certainly cares about their child just the same as heterosexual parents. This movie is not for kids, as their are some sex scenes included (no real nudity).
Nicki (Ashton Kutcher) is a womanizing, homeless man that preys on older successful women such as
Samantha (Anne Heche). During his stay with Samantha, he meets a beautiful young waitress Heather (Margarita Levieva), who also knows a few tricks up her sleeve. Review: It's really sensational that a movie about sex could be boring. But it really was. Kutcher's character doesn't really develop during the movie. I felt that he mumbled some of his lines. The really horrific job was done by the whole production of the movie. The dialogue was brutal, and the screenplay was underdeveloped. Really, I think Kutcher must have enjoyed filming this if you can imagine how many takes he did of each scene. They could've done a lot better than basically making a Porno. This movie, by ANY circumstances, is not for kids unless you let them regularly watch sex scenes.
One business man's (Brendan Frasier) dream is to find a cure for his child's version of muscular
dystrophy. Robert Thornhill has a solution. Review: This movie was pretty mediocre in every sense of the word. There was a good storyline, which left it as a minor disappointment. This movie wanted you to root for him and his two children, but I felt no such connection from Frazier or Keri Russell. I thought Harrison Ford played his character well, but at times it was too one dimensional. This movie is for all ages (it does get wordy at times) and does indeed tell a tale that most parents can relate to: You will go extraordinary measures for your kids.
Just Go With It
The Kids Are All Right
Precious: Based on the Novel...
Going the Distance
The Other Guys
Fandango, the ultimate movie ticketing destination, is your source for movie tickets and movie times. Know before you go to the theater, watch HD movie trailers and videos in the highest quality available. Find movie reviews, theater listings, and detailed information about new and upcoming films. If you're interested in DVDs, visit our DVD section for reviews, movie photos, trailers, and more.
Copyright © 2013 Fandango. All rights reserved. Your Personal Box Office