While director Jason Moore apparently aims to make a point about the need to grow up, the movie he helms could hardly be more juvenile.
Initially interesting but quickly exhausted, this morally ambiguous descent into London's underworld of the 1960s offers diminishing returns.
With "In the Heart of the Sea", the real-life events that helped inspire Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick" become the basis for a polished and exciting adventure.
The filmmakers behind "The Letters" (Freestyle), a biography of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata, have set themselves a daunting task.
Whoa! Armored warrior bears! How cool is that!