Best Typical Movies


  • Freedom Writers

    Freedom Writers (PG-13, 2007)

    Hilary Swank, Scott Glenn, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Dempsey, Mario
    A dedicated California teacher finds a way to unify her disadvantaged, racially divided students and... read more to improve their grasp of academics, partly by having them keep journals about their violent, troubled lives.
    • fb51205139
      fb51205139: . At first, it feels like this is your typical movie that is dealing with racism, gang violence, etc. But then you start to care about the
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
    • manilagina
      manilagina: I think it was an excellent tale, even thou i had reservations from the beginning, it was a typical good vs bad and the where all saved, the gud part was it was a true story so no one to blame
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
    • FaricaEavan
      FaricaEavan: . It was a typical inspirational movie, but still had originality. A show definately worth your time if your an
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
  • We Own the Night

    We Own the Night (R, 2007)

    Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes, Robert Duvall, Antoni Corone
    At the height of a bloody 1980s struggle between New York City police and a Russian mob that targete... read mored law officers and their families, the NYPD hung "We Own the Night" banners in precinct houses and stepped up their efforts.
    • MrHorse1982
      MrHorse1982: . The story isnt a fastest of paced but keeps you watching with the story unwinding into a typical but fun ending.
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
    • bhobbs1985
      bhobbs1985: . While its a typical police drama, and it seems very slow at alot of points in the movie - the unfolding of event
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
    • D4rkSh4de
      D4rkSh4de: . At times it seemed like a typical cop drama, but bits and pieces shone through as well done. Overall, worth the ticket price.
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
  • Vacancy

    Vacancy (R, 2007)

    Kate Beckinsale, Luke Wilson, Frank Whaley, Ethan Embry, Scott G. Anderson
    When David and Amy Fox's car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, they are froced to stay at the on... read morely motel around, with only the TV to entertain them... until they discover that the low-budget slasher movies they're watching were all filmed in the very room they're sitting in. With hidden cameras now aimed at them, trapping them in rooms, crawlspaces, underground tunnels, and filming their every move, David and Amy must struggle to get out alive before whomever is watching them can finish their latest masterpiece.
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      fb1146922119: Typical story but done well. I thought the story sort fo chessed out at the end when they would hav
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb100001266995067
      fb100001266995067: In a typical alls well that ends well ending vacancy disappoints. Typical slasher movie ending. It's just
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • bradsteph
      bradsteph: . The suspense stays through the movie and the actors do credit to the plot and script. A typical American ending though.
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
  • Funny Games

    Funny Games (R, 2008)

    Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet, Devon Gearhart
    In this provocative and brutal thriller, a vacationing family gets an unexpected visit from two deep... read morely disturbed young men. Their idyllic holiday turns nightmarish as they are subjected to unimaginable terrors and struggle to stay alive.
    • TheMovieBoy
      TheMovieBoy: . These moments, however, are plausible in the direction they go, and not merely an example of typical slasher movie characters doing dumb things. George, Anna and Georgie are written smartly, bu
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
  • Fool's Gold

    Fool's Gold (PG-13, 2008)

    Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, Donald Sutherland, Alexis Dziena, Ewen Bremner
    How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days co-stars Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey re-team on the big screen ... read morefor this adventurous tale about a treasure-hunting couple whose eight-year quest for the ultimate prize has left them flat broke and fresh out of gas. Ben "Finn" Finnegan (McConaughey) is a treasure hunter who has made it his mission in life to track down the Queen's Dowry -- a legendary collection of 40 chests filled with priceless treasure, and lost at sea in 1715. But in his single-minded quest to track down this sizable booty, Finn has sadly neglected his marriage to his loving wife Tess (Hudson). Tess has grown tired of the hunt, and now she's looking to start her life anew by going to work on the massive yacht of globetrotting billionaire Nigel Honeycutt (Donald Sutherland). But just as Tess begins to relish the freedom on her new, laid-back lifestyle, Finn uses his roughish charm to convince the adventurous baron and his debutante daughter Gemma (Alexis Dziena) that the elusive Spanish treasure is finally within reach. Of course no magnate in his right mind would reject the prospect of tracking down the most mythical treasure on the planet, and now as the hapless Tess is forced on yet another wild goose chase, her husband's former mentor Moe Fitch (Ray Winstone) and a greedy local gangster (Kevin Hart) up the stakes by joining in on the race. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • lilyandra
      lilyandra: Oh gosh, typical Matthew McConaughey movie. I didnt' like it as much as I thought I was going too. I think th
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • jrmmusic
      jrmmusic: . It is a treasure hunt that has all the typical ingrediants: The hero, the competition who comes to the rescue at the end and the bumbling i
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • janissampson1
      janissampson1: wow- incredibly mediocre-- boring-- typical matthew mcconaughey movie.
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
  • Lions for Lambs

    Lions for Lambs (R, 2007)

    Robert Redford, Meryl Streep, Tom Cruise, Michael Peņa, Andrew Garfield
    Two determined students at a West Coast University, Arian and Ernest, follow the inspiration of thei... read morer idealistic professor, Dr. Malley, and attempt to do something important with their lives. But when the two make the bold decision to join the battle in Afghanistan, Malley is both moved and distraught. Now, as Arian and Ernest fight for survival in the field, they become the string that binds together two disparate stories on opposite sides of America. In California, an anguished Dr. Malley attempts to reach a privileged but disaffected student, who is the very opposite of Arian and Ernest. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C. the charismatic Presidential hopeful, Senator Jasper Irving, is about to give a bombshell story to a probing TV journalist that may affect Arian and Ernest's fates. As arguments, memories and bullets fly, the three stories are woven ever more tightly together, revealing how each of these Americans has a profound impact on each other and the world.