Jodie Foster’s feature tackles hot economic topics with a heavy hand.
A movie that feels less like a movie than a marketing scheme.
Throw on your sneakers, grab your headband, and toss on your sweats!
There’s nothing particularly bad about a movie that’s just sort of…fine. Not everything needs to be a transcendent film-going experience. Such movies are often described as “serviceable” or “entertaining but ultimately insubstantial.” Again, nothing wrong with that. The issue is …
With Legend, Tom Hardy joins the ranks of Nicolas Cage, Eddie Murphy, and Hayley Mills.
Comedian Cameron Esposito offers her perspective on the film.