Harbour is actually really good as Hellboy. He makes the character within the lines that Perlman draws, but he also makes it very much his own. There is much more nuance with fewer annoying characters to bounce off of in this rendition. He's at least on par with his incredible predecessor.
My teenage daughter and I spent much of the last 20 minutes laughing. Sometimes for the same reason. This is rare. If you like comedies, this will stand out. If you are suspicious of them, this will not win any awards, but it just might make you smile a time or two. You might even laugh.
Heaven is for Real - 2014 Director Randall Wallace Starring Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly, Connor Corum, Lane Styles, Margo Martindale, Thomas Haden Church Screenplay Wallace and Christopher Parker based on the book by Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent Heaven is for Real starts out in a familiar enough place for faith-based films. Todd Burpo is perhaps the best person in a good town … Continue reading Heaven Is For Real questions what we think we believe
On July 3, 2012, the newest incarnation of Spider-Man spins its web on the public. Some people, including me, think its a little too soon to be coming up with a reboot of the Tobey Maguire / Sam Raimi blockbuster series, given that the last one was released just in 2007. Whether the new one … Continue reading Cool Papa E Reviews the Spider-Man movie series