Alonso Duralde and Jethro Nededog give their takes on big-screen continuation of the canceled series starring Kristin Bell
This French animated import (now featuring an English-language cast led by Forest Whitaker) mixes wit, warmth and watercolor to spin a charming tale for all...
In this cheesy but diabolically-entertaining thriller, an air marshal struggles to prove he’s not a terrorist -- at 20,000 feet
This tale of a grieving, privileged widow gets gummed up in plot mechanics and excessive design porn
As Dustin Hoffman and Al Pacino did for leading men, Harold Ramis' comedies championed a new kind of underdog hero
The larger-than-life Broadway (and TV and film) legend bursts off the screen in this loving but uncompromising documentary
Kit Harington and Emily Browning have about one facial expression between them as star-crossed lovers in this empty epic
Émile Zola’s “Thérèse Raquin” was a shocker in 1867, but its story elements have been borrowed so many times that they’re threadbare in this passionless...
This fantasy-romance strives for magical realism, but the logical conundrums and plot conveniences get in the way of the hearts and flowers
It’s not a dark satire, it’s not ultra-violent, but it’s not much else instead except a competent but unexciting sci-fi action movie with a few...
This action-comedy-romance-nostalgia piece is a movie lover’s head-spinning delight, and two hours later you’ll barely remember it
Despite Skylar Astin and Camilla Belle’s charm, this no-brainer makes “That Awkward Moment” seem like Mamet
This is an animated comedy-adventure with a moral — and the movie will grind to a halt to deliver it, even when it spoils the...
Hoffman devoured the souls of his characters, never afraid to let audiences love or hate or pity them, so long as we were intrigued
Engaging lead performances can only do so much for a flimsy tale that coasts on charm until it falls apart
An all-star cast nails the period flavor, but the storytelling is all over the place as this true story about rescuing art from the Nazis...
While it strains for R-rated raunch, this exceedingly mild comedy just rehashes all the men-are-like-this, women-are-like-that observations from “About Last Night” and “When Harry Met...
This sexy gay French import offers the kind of terse suspense Hitchcock and Polanski would appreciate
This dreary horror-superhero hybrid about a war between angels and demons is as soulless as the title character
Heavy-handed sermonizing, sloppy writing and overacting render this message movie dull, with flashes of unintentional hilarity
The Wrap’s film critic sums up his final Park City screenings, from dysfunctional family dramedy to hard-hitting docs about powerful pedophiles
The cast ages in real time in this extraordinary epic of the ordinary, a stirring look at a family’s perseverance through the day-to-day business of...
Marriage equality plays a role in very different movies, both documentary and narrative
Pine officially becomes Hollywood’s “Mr. Do-Over” in this origin story of the beloved number-crunching CIA agent
This buddy-cop retread wastes two talented performers on substandard material
This animated comedy is schizophrenic and frenetic — but at least it looks good
This fifth chapter of the horror franchise throws some new curves, but is as by-the-numbers as a time code
Franco and collaborator Travis Mathews use the controversial 1980 thriller as a prism for examining explicit gay imagery and an actor’s journey
TheWrap's film critic indulges in a little wishful thinking about this year's Academy Awards race
Unlike in the days of the Production Code, storytellers can portray criminal behavior without overtly moralizing about it