Tempo > Reviews
18 results total, viewing 1 - 10
Movie review: ‘A Star is Born’. Lady Gaga shines in first big starring role more
The character of Robert McCall, played in now two movies directed by Antoine Fuqua, barely resembles the TV version, and it's not because he's now of a different race. McCall … more
The producers of "The First Purge" want to poke a raw nerve with a sharp stick. And whether you flinch when they do could determine whether you take this movie as an elaborate … more
The first sequence in the "Sicario" sequel seems straight out of the POTUS playbook for why "the wall" must be built. Middle Eastern terrorists are shown sneaking over the … more
Helen and Bob Parr are your typical early 1960's couple. They work hard while raising a preteen daughter, a precocious boy, and a rambunctious toddler ... more
One might imagine a film having a minimal cast to be ideal. In the case of "Adrift," there is the added appeal of working with two attractive actors beloved by fans eager to … more
This week, we go from the streets of NYC to the the cold of the great plains to discover two interesting bands. more
Bright Tempo grade: B- The line between comedy and serious drama is as thin as a fairy’s wing, and in the new Netflix original movie, “Bright,” the difference is even thinner. … more
There are a few laughs in the new Will Ferrell-Amy Poehler comedy, but they are almost accidental and surely not part of the script that seems to have been scribbled on 3-inch-by-5-inch cards in … more
There isn’t a whole lot to Johannes Roberts’ shark-bait thriller, “47 Meters Down.” The actors are middle-of-the-road. The plot is “Jaws”-light. And, because the … more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 730 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Private mode detected!

In order to read our site, please exit private/incognito mode or log in to continue.