Tyler Foster

Tyler Foster Pro

Favorite films

  • The Future
  • Bound
  • Proof
  • Shirkers

Recent activity

  • Ocean's Thirteen


  • Blast from the Past


  • Monsters, Inc.


  • The Fifth Element


Pinned reviews

  • Casper



    I had fond memories of Casper from when I was younger, so when I found the Blu-ray on sale for $5 I thought I might as well give it a shot. Re-watching it now, I am struck by what a bonkers movie this is.

    Since this is live-action, the screenwriters apparently felt it could not be ignored that as a ghost, Casper must be a dead child. At one point, Christina Ricci asks him, "What does it feel like to…

  • Britney Ever After

    Britney Ever After


    Songs performed by Britney Spears in the Lifetime movie about Britney Spears:
    • "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by The Rolling Stones
    • "Walking After Midnight" by Patsy Cline
    • "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" by Joan Jett
    • "Trouble" by Elvis Presley

Recent reviews

  • Ocean's Thirteen

    Ocean's Thirteen


    The weakest of the original three, but not as fully on autopilot as I had remembered, especially in terms of Soderbergh himself, who still seems to be having fun during the Mexican factory uprising and generally indulging the cast to get a little goofy with it. Pacino is a good add, and the score is another winner. I wish the women weren't unceremoniously shoved out (of the story, I assume no real-world issues beyond scheduling or money), and I hope the movie's somewhat over-cooked appearance in HD is rectified by the upcoming 4K UHD makeover, but while this is a victory lap, it's still solid.

  • Blast from the Past

    Blast from the Past


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I'd always meant to see Blast From the Past but never did until now, and I was surprised to find the movie less straightforward than I had expected.

    The most striking thing about the film, which is simultaneously its best and weirdest quality, is that it mostly plays the concept straight. On one hand, this means that Brendan Fraser's Adam is not a cartoon character, and that his lack of understanding about the real world is played with a surprising…

Popular reviews

  • Year One

    Year One


    Jack Black eats a piece of shit in this movie. I don't think you need to know more.

  • Vampire's Kiss

    Vampire's Kiss


    Audio commentary by director Robert Bierman and actor Nicolas Cage.

    90 minutes of Bierman and Cage giggling in awe and confusion at what a ridiculous, ludicrous, insane movie they were able to get away with making, and it is glorious. Essential companion viewing to the film itself.