If you are looking for a light-hearted romantic comedy that will make you smile and feel good walking out of the theatre, New In Town delivers. The film has a great deal of personality and offers the viewer laughs, a possible cry, and may even make you cheer.
If it were not for the subpar performances, ridiculous story, cheap thrills, and poor special effects, The Unborn may have been a decent film. Then again, that is just about everything you expect from a film like this, and it fails on every level.
The storyline is interesting and engaging in Gran Torino but it falls short due to the poor acting ability of many of the cast. It is also full of a variety of racist comments and stereotypes that may be offensive to the viewer.
The storyline of Underworld: Rise of the Lycans is nothing extraordinary. It has action and romance but they are not overly exciting and the acting is by no means great. Underworld: Rise of the Lycans does entertain for the duration and gives insight into how the other films in the franchise fall into place, being this is a prequel.
The fantasy journey of Inkheart is entertaining for both adults and children but the story tends to drag on with only sporadic moments of action and adventure, mixed with special effects that are few and far between. Regardless, the premise of the film, bringing books to life and the consequences of such are enough to keep one happy for the duration if their expectations are kept relatively low.