Dave Franco, of all people, outshines Vince Vaughn and Tom Wilkinson in this half-baked comedy.
Eric D. Snider
You won’t be scared or thrilled, but at least you won’t be annoyed.
Will Smith and Margot Robbie have charisma to spare in this made-for-adults romantic drama about con artists.
Anyone not currently in high school probably won’t get much out of it.
The book must have been a lot steamier and more interesting, because the movie is a flat dud.
Colin Firth kicks ass in a way we never realized we wanted to see.
It was made from a template for generic fantasy movies.
Being a bit cluttered doesn’t keep the Wachowskis’ latest sci-fi adventure from being a big, fun time at the movies.
Here are three very good Sundance entries that take different approaches to history.
In the immortal words of Salt-N-Pepa, let’s talk about sex!
Movies have shown that hurting someone physically is easy and profitable. If you really want to leave a mark, it’s psychological violence that’ll do it.
Straight from Sundance, read these three reviews for three different films!
Despite the globetrotting cyber-espionage, Michael Mann’s latest is dour and lifeless.
Does being a great sniper weigh heavily on a person? Nope!
All we want is for Liam Neeson to be a badass. How hard can that be?