Tom Hanks is the only reason to see Greyhound, but that's a very good reason, indeed. Putting aside his debut in an a supporting role in horror flick He Knows You're Alone (1980), the actor's timeless, instantly likeable charm served him well early in his career, first on television (Bosom Buddies) and then on the... Continue Reading →
Wildly ambitious, visually sumptuous, and head-achingly confounding, Cloud Atlas is an experience that aims to be profoundly moving. Whether it succeeds is another matter entirely.
Like most sequels, Toy Story 3 follows in the formulaic footsteps of its predecessors. Unlike the blueprints for most sequels, however, Pixar's formula is good. As a result, Toy Story 3 is a warm, very funny, character-based adventure that is filled with inventive turns. Broken down to its essence, it's still "toys get separated, must... Continue Reading →