Despite bing loosely based on Isaac Asimov’s original stories, “I, Robot” is rather uninspired.
It was the breath of fresh air Will Smith really needed at the time, and he delivered with his trademark charisma.
New York and self-assured smoothie Alex Hitchens coaches shy Alber on how to win the love of beautiful heiress Allegra Cole.
It’s a boxing movie about the most famous boxer ever, but it’s less about boxing than it is the politics of the time.
Smith made his feature film debut in a little-known indie titled “Where the Day Takes You”.
Directed by Gabriele Muccino, the autobiographical drama was inspired by real-life entrepreneur.
“Bad Boys” was director Michael Bay’s first major blockbuster, and actress Téa Leoni’s breakthrough role.
Directed by Roland Emmerich, the movie borrows liberally from almost every significant alien film.
The 1998 movie was perhaps ahead of its time when it comes to issues of National Security and privacy.
Directed by Francis Lawrence, the movie succeeds largely on the strength of the performance by Smith.