Bruce Willis

6

Fair

4

Poor

6

Fair

GI Joe: Retaliation review (Blu-ray)

This second go-round stars Johnson as one of the few GI Joes left who is out for revenge on the enemy Cobras that have murdered his team.

2

Dreadful

The Assassination review (DVD)

The Assassination was originally intended for a limited theatrical release in 2008, but when distributor Yari Film Group went bankrupt, it was forced straight to DVD release.

7

Good

2

Dreadful

GI Joe: Retaliation review

Lorenzo di Bonaventura, producer of this crappy sequel to the crappy 2009 hit, says: "It was important to find a director ...

6

Fair

Looper review (Blu-ray)

You can’t fault Looper for ambition. In a market dominated by comic book adaptations and remakes, writer/director Johnson has made a bold science fiction film that is predicated upon intriguing ideas.

4

Poor

The Cold Light of Day review (Blu-ray)

Cavill is Will, a young San Francisco-based entrepreneur visiting his family for a sailing holiday in Spain.

6

Fair

Looper review

You can’t fault Looper for ambition, in a summer dominated by comic book adaptations and remakes writer/director Rian Johnson has made a bold science fiction film that is predicated upon...

8

Great

The Expendables 2 review

Clocking in at a lean, mean 102 minutes, The Expendables 2 puts right everything that the first film got so very, very wrong.