Tyler has written 8 reviews for films rated ★½ .

  • Transformers: Age of Extinction

    Transformers: Age of Extinction

    ★½

    Transformers: Age of Extinction honestly has me wondering whether or not Michael Bay even works from a script; or if he just props up on-set with a plethora of simplistic ideas that he has written down on the backs of old cocktail napkins--and at times I feel like there isn't even that much preparation. I also feel like not being able to remember a film the day after you saw it is a pretty good indication of how bad it…

  • Walk of Shame

    Walk of Shame

    ★½

    Not even sure why I bothered...

  • Runner Runner

    Runner Runner

    ★½

    An instantly forgettable thriller(?) that fails to resinate whatsoever. Thankfully it was rather short.

  • After Earth

    After Earth

    ★½

    Those accents--my god...

  • The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

    The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

    ★½

    Considering the star-studded cast of the film (Carell, Carey, Buscemi, etc), I was hoping for not only some laughs, but a decent motion picture. Burt Wonderstone is lame, unintelligent and quite frankly, a waste of time. Even fans of these comic actors will be disappointed, particularly in Carey who relies too much on physical comedy like silly faces and stupid noises; clownishly unfunny. Simply put: avoid this film.

  • The Last Stand

    The Last Stand

    ★½

    "My honour is not for sale..."

    Ya okay, Arnie.

    The Last Stand is a modernized western that offers lots of guts, but little glory.

  • Here Comes the Boom

    Here Comes the Boom

    ★½

    Here comes the cliche...

  • The Hangover Part III

    The Hangover Part III

    ★½

    The Hangover Part 3 is a disaster of a film and hopefully the final chapter of the series. The third installment was thrown together with little to no effort and failed to include one key element: comedy. I would have laughed more at a city morgue. As Phillips dramatizes the material (material that should have never existed), he attempts to develop characters that audience doesn't give a fuck about. Ultimately, this leads to a one chaotic mess that feels drawn…