I am once again singing the praises of eye magazine’s movie reviewers, who have quickly displaced the awful (in layout and usability) Onion AV crowd as my favourites. Here, Adam Nayman raves about the movie Stealth: “This tantalizing high concept would be enough for most movies, but not the generous, audience-pleasing behemoth that is Stealth. We also get stilted romantic intrigue, breakaway Soviet republics, evil North Koreans, evil military doctors, Jessica Biel in a bikini, Jessica Biel getting hunted down by dogs, redemptive self-sacrifice and explosions so large they’re visible from space. The Lumiere brothers would weep tears of joy and validation, were they still with us.”

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