In Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium, Matt Damon heals the world.
Movie Reviews & Stories
In the year 2154, we’re told, the rich don’t care about
the poor. Nothing new so far. Neill Blomkamp, whose debut film was the
alien-apartheid fantasy District 9, pretty much takes this for gr
Movies & Television
The sorta-reboot of the Bourne series—goodbye Matt Damon, hello Jeremy Renner—didn't screen by WW's print deadlines, which made us so angry we could've hammer-punched a stranger in the mouth. Fortunately, we calmed down and wrote a review instead. Critics Grade: BThe greatest gift Tony Gilroy, the screenwriter of the Bourne series, ever brought to the audience is a misplaced sense of smarts. ...
Paul Greengrass' foray into Iraq movies screened after WW press deadlines, but here's a review. Green Zone WW Critic's Rating: 61 Among his many achievements with The Bourne Ultimatum, director Paul Greengrass managed two remarkable tasks: He made even the most mundane tasks seem exciting, and he delivered a plot that seemed a hell of a lot smarter than it really was, giving the audience ...