Even with a full tank of gasoline, a modified engine, and an assortment of expert drivers, “Fast & Furious 6” spends more time trying to avoid getting into a car accident than living in the fast lane with confidence.
High-quality animation notwithstanding, the not-so epic “Epic” relies too heavily on clichés plucked from previous “save-nature-from-evil” movies and celebrity voices devoid of enthusiasm.
All brawn and no brains, “Pain & Gain” is a disgrace to the true story that it claims it wants to tell and a waste of power for the talented people involved.
OCEANSIDE — As far as productions go, filmmaker Rocky Powell has worked with budgets twice as large and shooting schedules lasting only days long.
Deeply personal and real to the core, “Disconnect” drives home the point it wants to make about us and the technology we use today.
Visually absorbing and action-packed, “Oblivion” infuses the grand, epic scale of its bleak universe with a soul as old as time, which is, in turn, strengthened by the heartfelt efforts of Tom Cruise and Olga Kurylenko.
Surfers like to tinker. They’re constantly reworking and perfecting their art.
COAST CITIES — Filmmaker Jack McCoy is releasing his latest film, which is being praised as the “greatest surfing story ever told,” “A Deeper Shade of Blue” into select theaters for a special one-night only showing March 28 at 7:30 p.m.
DreamWorks’ latest animated film “The Croods” takes a chance at trying something new against cave people stereotypes and succeeds, becoming a likeable, family-friendly adventure that is sure to gain favor with moviegoers looking for a good time at the movie theater.