For a "realistic" sci-fi film they had a weak grasp of physics and pandered to 3D. Sandra Bullock failed to carry the role, and the director had the artistic subtlety of a sledgehammer. I wish George Clooney was the lead, at least he was engaging.
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg have fantastic chemistry, and the supporting cast of this action flick is pretty great too. They even managed to throw a bit of humor in without making it seem out of place - an all-around good film.
Whoever cast Jaden Smith in the lead role for this movie was insane - his "acting" was completely blank, and speaking muddled. Zoe Kravitz was surprisingly good and would've been a better lead actor - it's unfortunate she only had small parts.
The cast seems better than G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, but the plot is a mess unless you're already familiar with G.I. Joe lore. These aren't necessarily characters from the previous movie. It still had some ludicrous action sequences, but wasn't terrible.
I didn't realize going in that this was a horror drama disguised as a reality tv show, and was disappointed. The supposedly scary bits are cliche, though it's filmed well so you may not know at first if it's fiction or manufactured reality tv drama.
Bryan Fuller of Pushing Daisies and Dead Like Me fame has re-written The Munsters. Unfortunately at this point it's just a one-off pilot. Although it has a good cast, only Charity Wakefield and Eddie Izzard really shine.
A family-based character drama, with a lot of non-family friendly content. The cast is decent, and although there is a lot of backstory not much actually happens - aside from some fairly messed up interplay between the characters.