- Competitions (1)
- News (1)
- Out Now (16)
- People (10,928)
- Reviews (1,859)
- Action (501)
- Adventure (272)
- Animated (94)
- Asian (99)
- British (312)
- Comedy (681)
- Crime (320)
- Documentary (47)
- Drama (908)
- European (252)
- Family (187)
- Fantasy (210)
- Film Of The Book (1)
- Horror (272)
- Movies (256)
- Musical (62)
- Mystery (157)
- Romance (305)
- Science Fiction (230)
- Thriller (541)
- TV (10)
- War (86)
- Westerns (27)
Robert De Niro
Reviews Featuring Robert De Niro
If you liked Analyze This, avoid total disappointment and make sure you avoid Analyze That at all costs. Come to think of it, that advice is pretty much the same whether you liked the original or not.
If anything, "Brazil" has significantly improved with age. A film for the "Matrix" generation, its time has now come.
One of the definitive films of the 20th century, "The Godfather" is a triumph of cinematic storytelling. Not just for fans of gangster films.
Although the third film is a little weaker than the other two, as a collection this trilogy can't be beaten.
This is an outstanding film with many fine qualities, but it requires a bit of concentration to get the best out of it.
Director Sergio Leone's final outing is an epic masterpiece on a grand scale that gets just about everything right.
Crime drama featuring a cops dysfunctional family that features a strong cast but needs more conviction.
Crime might not pay, but heres proof that a comedy about it can.
Why oh why do you do it, Robert?
One of the creepiest movies of the year, even if its not one of the most plausible.
When its portrayed as enjoyably as this, its tough to see how tax inspection ever got its bad name.
Plenty of chortles to be had in this archetypal Ben Stiller comedy which proves once and for all that you can choose your friends, but not their relatives.
A return visit well worth making. In adding some new names, a new scenario, and plenty of new laughs, the bods behind Meet the Fockers have come up with a winner.
If you hear a count-up in 'Hide and Seek', that's only because it's another psychological thriller by numbers.
This early Scorsese tale of crooks and mooks gets its share of plaudits, but lacks the accomplishment of his later work.
This underwater gangster-meets-gangsta CG animated feature may well have you sleeping with the fishes.
Bad-a-bing, bad-a-boom! Add this eye-poppingly brilliant Scorsese masterpiece to your DVD collection and youll have it made.
Danny Trejo finally has a starring vehicle, and its a beautiful mess of blood, action, hot girls, and fun that never slows down long enough to lose its way.
It's got gritty realism, iconic lines and Robert De Niro at his very best. If you haven't seen this yet, I'm very disappointed in you. Tssk.
A standard conspiracy thriller that looks great but doesn't really deliver on entertainment value. Gary McKendry does succeed in making watching Killer Elite feel just like stepping back in time to Britain in the grim 1980s though.
The out-of-touch Garry Marshall butchers another special occasion with this unfunny, over-filled romantic comedy that tries to make us think that people still care about Jon Bon Jovi.
Scorsese and De Niro at their best together in this rousing and depressing boxing biopic. A masterpiece.