Noah S. Lee

Film review: ‘Frat Pack’ does what they do best in ‘The Internship’

Film review: ‘Frat Pack’ does what they do best in ‘The Internship’

While “The Internship” is not without its color, heart, and zany pop cultural references, it gets lost in its crude humor at times and suffers from the occasional lack of attempt to infuse this “Wedding Crashers” reunion with its own flavor.

Film review: “Now You See Me” gets lost in its own magic

Film review: “Now You See Me” gets lost in its own magic

The giant-sized magic show called “Now You See Me” starts off with a big bang, but it quickly loses its magic touch and gets tangled up in the very trick it designed.

Film review: ‘Furious 6′ is no jalopy

Film review: ‘Furious 6′ is no jalopy

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.

Film review: ‘Epic’ fails to journey beyond tropes

Film review: ‘Epic’ fails to journey beyond tropes

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.

Film review: Abrams continues ‘Trek’s’ bold adventure

Film review: Abrams continues ‘Trek’s’ bold adventure

J.J. Abrams’ second installment of the Star Trek movies, “Star Trek Into Darkness,” is as visually spectacular as it is emotionally gripping, presenting the world with an exhilarating sci-fi adventure that will leave audiences wowed.

Film review: All pain, no gain in Bay’s fiasco

Film review: All pain, no gain in Bay’s fiasco

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.

Film review: ‘Disconnect’ serves as a wake up call

Film review: ‘Disconnect’ serves as a wake up call

Deeply personal and real to the core, “Disconnect” drives home the point it wants to make about us and the technology we use today.

Film review: ‘Oblivion’ is good mix of sci-fi story, visuals

Film review: ‘Oblivion’ is good mix of sci-fi story, visuals

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.

Film review: With new 3-D ‘Jurassic Park,’ things are definitely closer than they appear

Film review: With new 3-D ‘Jurassic Park,’ things are definitely closer than they appear

Life finds a way the second time around in the 3-D re-release of “Jurassic Park,” and one thing’s for certain: this jaw-dropping, edge-of-your-seat blockbuster is an experience that cannot be missed for the sake of nostalgia and…well, the magic behind those dinosaurs.

Film Review: This ‘Oz’ just doesn’t feel like home

Film Review: This ‘Oz’ just doesn’t feel like home

Aside from a wealth of magnificent visuals and the efforts of Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz, “Oz the Great and Powerful” ends up becoming half the yellow brick road that we’d hoped for due to an underdeveloped storyline and miscast key characters.