Just when you think Irene In Time may be a touching story about a father and daughter you find it is merely a film with very poor acting and a storyline overflowing with bad melodrama.
The Taking of Pelham 123 does provide a great deal of suspense but the extreme seriousness of the situation the plot is trying to convey never quite reaches the level one would expect.
Aside from a few moments featuring Madea, the comedy in Madea Goes To Jail is nonexistent.
When it comes to delivering a truly disturbing film, those behind The Last House On The Left have exceeded expectations.
Lakeview Terrace will produce more annoyance in you than thrills or suspense. From the beginning, you can see this is going to be all about race and the tensions it produces with certain people. The problem between the two neighbors is never realized beyond the point of race relations and the script does a poor job developing the characters past this angle. There are no thrills here or heavy dramatic moments; simply a crazy Police Officer with a nasty temper and control issues.