Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back as Agents J and K, and this time around, Agent K has been erased from the timeline. Along the way, J learns how the events of the past shaped his relationships, and ultimately his life, in the present.
Aliens, alerted to Earth’s presence by a scientific, high-powered signal shot into deep space, have come to annihilate mankind with staggeringly advanced technology and weaponry. Earth’s only defense? Battleships. And the guy from Friday Night Lights.
It's a fun romp, but over half the audience will miss most of the jokes in Pirates: Band of Misfits--you really have to look in the background to get most of them--and unfortunately, the cleverness is much too few and far between.
SCH Contributor Adam Walsh chats up rising star Jenn Gotzon about her career, her unshakable faith, working with her director husband, and some incredible childhood memories.
If you’re going to the movies to forget about reality for a couple hours and enjoy a movie that reads like a 7th grader’s Cliff Notes report of Lord of the Rings, try Wrath.
Overall, it’s a renter, at best. Alvin does learn lessons about responsibility and asking forgiveness, which would’ve been at least redeemable if that was the final message of the movie.