Can Mel Gibson's loss of religious faith compete with aliens in the backyard and ten other plot lines?
Putting together the pieces of the puzzle is the only pleasure to be had from this new movie by Hollywood golden boy Steven Soderbergh.
Mike Myers has done it again. Will anyone outside of academe henceforth be able to look at the ''Swinging Sixties'' with a straight face?
The problem isn't that a 40-year-old woman seduces a 15-year-old boy, it's that the seduction is not even considered morally problematical.
Starring Harrison Ford, this submarine movie redeems itself with a portrayal of men doing their best to cope with a colossal military screw-up.
OK, so old people can be as sexually licentious as young and attractive ones. Does this mean that we want to watch them doing it?
True, it's not as bad as American Beauty, Sam Mendes's earlier film, but it's still quite bad enough.
A funny and well-observed chick-flick that, nevertheless, never quite gets us beyond the recognition that itâ€™s hell being a woman.
Adam Sandler as the new Gary Cooper? If you can believe that, you might actually like this awful, unfunny movie.
If you like this sort of Spielberg, this is the kind of Spielberg you will like.