Cinema Fearité presents ‘Dead Again’ Cinema Fearité presents Shakespearean actor Kenneth Branagh doing melodratic schlock in ‘Dead Again.’ Writer/director/actor Kenneth Branagh is mostly thought of as a highbrow artist, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts who has adapted both William Shakespeare and Agatha Christie for the silver screen. As an actor, he’s […]
As everyone has heard by now, Robin Williams died earlier this week at the age of 63. A comedian first and foremost, the actor broke into Hollywood playing humorous roles in movies like Popeye and Mrs. Doubtfire, but quickly proved his meddle by taking on dramatic parts in such films as Dead Poets Society and […]
You may walk into World’s Greatest Dad with high hopes but the mark is missed.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is more an excuse to animate and bring to life historical figures, famous paintings, and treasured art than to offer a well-rounded story. It purely moves along at a stagnant pace and never truly offers up stakes that make you invest more than a fleeting amount of your attention. The only redemptive quality in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is the playful imagination it possesses in bringing history to life.