The American Success Company: As American cinema changed, so did Jeff Bridges – and this film captures him in mid-career.
Seventh Son: Ugh. Just ugh. As a former knight and witch-hunter who enlists a young man to become his apprentice.
The Yin and the Yang of Mr: Nobody escapes with their dignity intact from this incoherent, racist catastrophe, in which James Mason.
Masked and Anonymous: Another calamity. Bridges does what he can with the faux-poetic lines given him in this grotesque.
‘King Kong: This Seventies remake of the 1933 classic is one of the dumber blockbusters on producer Dino.
R.I.P.D.: We start at the bottom with this dreadful movie that even Bridges couldn’t save. (Did he even want to.