Zombieland: Double Tap
The vast majority of sequels are unnecessary, but Zombieland: Double Tap feels particularly so, especially coming out a decade after the original.
Cal Naughton, Jr. and Ricky Bobby drink beers and talk about peanut butter and ladies.
I've got reviews of four new releases on RogerEbert.com this week, and all the movies are actually pretty good (or even better) for a change!
"The Descent" -- the scariest and most cinematically adept horror-thriller in years. (Don't look it up, don't watch the TV spots or the trailer -- just go. Now. Read reviews later.)
"Little Miss Sunshine" -- Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin. What more do you need to know? (Except, maybe, why they'd open a comedy with Carrell and Kinnear opposite a Will Ferrell comedy, in which Carrell was also offered a role but had to pass for scheduling reasons.)
"The Night Listener" -- a Hitchockian thriller, based on a novel by Armistead Maupin, also starring Toni Collette, and a performance by Robin Williams that is not only watchable but relatively nuanced. Who'da thunk it?
A tribute to Robert Forster.
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A review of HBO's mesmerizing Watchmen.
The experts sound off on what films to watch in honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day.