Morris Chestnut

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The Perfect Guy review

This one hearkens back to those psycho thrillers that were done in the '90s. Here it's Lathan as the LA professional, recently split up from noncommittal boyfriend (Chestnut) and embarking...

6

Fair

Kick-Ass 2 review (Blu-ray)

Chloe Moretz is going to be a big, big star one day. She's got drive, determination and, most importantly, masses of acting talent.

6

Fair

The Call review (Blu-ray)

Halle Berry hasn't had much luck with her movies of late, but this well-paced thriller did OK at the US box office and the Oscar winner gives a good account...

5

Average

The Call review

Halle Berry hasn't had much luck with her movies of late, but this well-paced thriller did OK at the US box office and the Oscar winner gives a good account...

4

Poor

Kick-Ass 2 review

Chloe Moretz is going to be a big, big star one day. She's got drive, determination and, most importantly, masses of acting talent.

4

Poor

Identity Thief review

Gordon and Bateman team up once more after the painfully average Horrible Bosses for this little crime caper cum road trip film which has a couple of funny moments, a...

6

Fair

V: The Complete First Season review (DVD)

I'm far from the biggest fan of the film industry's remake culture, especially since it's began to seep into television, but these days it's something so prevalent that we just...

2

Dreadful

Not Easily Broken

A terrible relationship drama featuring a predominantly African-American cast, this dreary effort strives for substance and significance but merely comes across as soapy and saccharine.

6

Fair

The Game Plan (Blu-ray)

Relying on a lead actor's natural charm and charisma alone comes with its obvious problems. Will audiences be willing to forgive a dodgy script, predictable plots and unconvincing support? It’s...

6

Fair

The Game Plan

Relying on a lead actor's natural charm and charisma alone comes with its obvious problems. Will audiences be willing to forgive a dodgy script, predictable plots and unconvincing support? It’s...