This time, they pushed him to slightly just this side of “too far.”
Part robot. Part woman. All nun.
HE’S BACK FOR MORE. (In moderation.)
A story you’ll never forget. For a day or two, tops.
Find out why the critics express an abiding tolerance for this movie.
For people who just can’t get enough epilogue.
He’s back for more chase scenes, explosions and so forth.
A film unlike any you’ve ever seen, technically.
This time-traveling ear, nose and throat specialist is going places. Mostly historical ears, noses and throats.
She’s an outdoor cat with an indoor heart.
What do you get the globe-trotting playboy who has everything? A committed relationship with a quirky woman who favors peasant skirts, apparently.
He’s back for more, and this time he’s got a medium-sized container to carry it.
Can’t get enough Children of the Corn?
History comes alive in this three-hour montage of Civil War daguerreotypes with a voice-over by Hal Holbrook.
He’s back for more of a slight variation on what he was back for in the previous sequel.
Uncomfortable silence finally hits the big screen.
He’s a farm boy. She’s a city girl. Can town and country meet in the middle? Yes, with good communication and a willingness to compromise.
A romantic comedy for people who are also fond of the frozen-Neanderthal-thawed-in-modern-times premise.
He’s back for more (of the same).
They kidnapped his family. They stole his identity. They shattered his life. But he’s got a secret weapon: small-claims court.
What’s a claustrophobic agoraphobe to do?
A movie, but with a twist.
He’s back for etc.