Whether or not he’s a quality actor in these movies is entirely up for debate.
Articles by Randall Colburn
When characters in movies … you get it.
In Mark Duplass’ latest vehicle, the trope of a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” is made almost hilariously literal.
A trip to San Diego, talking raptors, and one out-of-place dream sequence come to mind.
As a standalone creature feature, the film succeeds.
Our resident gore buff revisits his squeamish days on the sequel’s 20th anniversary.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest is a sweet, artful, and unconventional addition to the overstuffed zombie genre.
The less funny kid brother of Friday, House Party, and Booty Call.
The most absurd moments in the author’s catalog of melodramas.
Millennials merge with Generation X and emerge conflicted, but enlightened.
Pining for the days of Billy, Happy, and even Bobby Boucher.
Our film staff discusses the evolution of the “bro comedy” and where the genre may go in the future.