Juan Carlos Medina offers an adaptation of a book few expected to reach the silver screen, and the result is a watchable, compelling horror-thriller held aloft by the performances of its cast
Early on in this WWII Walmington-on Sea comedy a nefarious spy sends a coded message to the German High Command saying that the Home Guard protecting the quaint village are...
Imagine if you could travel back through time. Imagine the posibbillitties. You could go back and mix fistakes, make things more betterer.
Imagine if you could travel back through time. Imagine the possibilities. You could go back and mix fistakes, make things more betterer.
This large budget family adventure flopped big-time in the US after a troubled making. It's a traditional CGI affair, ambitious and enjoyable; its failure to lure in audiences somewhat unjust.
Well, it's better than its predecessor, but that's not much of a recommendation. 2010's Clash of the Titans was rubbish, whereas Wrath is merely tolerable.
How does Santa Claus do it? How does he deliver millions of presents to millions of children all in one night? The sheer scale of the operation must be mammoth.