'Star Trek Into Darkness': What the Critics Think of the Sequel 18 hours ago
"Star Trek Into Darkness" was released on Thursday to mostly strong reviews.
Let's begin with A.O. Scott of the New...
By Tony Maglio
Woody Allen's Italy-based comedy doesn’t reach the heights of “Midnight in Paris,” but then it doesn’t plummet to “Scoop” levels, either
And unlike previous Pixar projects, this one has a great third act
Mark Duplass, Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt cycle through love and hate in Lynn Shelton’s sharply funny follow-up to “Humpday”
Andy Samberg is too smart and talented for the sexist, racist, misogynist yuk-yuks of this sewage treatment plant disguised as a comedy
By the time Debbie Gibson and Sebastian Bach are standing shoulder to shoulder belting out Starship’s “We Built This City” without a smidge of irony, one begins to wonder it “Rock of Ages” even gets its own joke
Naughtiness was never so dull as in this all-star, bodice-ripping adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s novel
The franchise about New York zoo creatures set loose abroad finally finds its comedic groove under the big top in "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most-Wanted"
Ridley Scott’s return to the franchise delivers the scares and the monsters but still pales next to the saga’s legendary first two chapters
Sequel to the brilliantly trashy horror remake tries to live up to its predecessor, but the results are fishy
There might be some interesting dancing going on in this battle of pint-sized crews, but it’s impossible to see it through all the editing
Reviewers complain that Charlize Theron's evil queen is over the top and the film is a muddle, but praise the visual style
Charlize Theron camps it up opposite an underplaying Kristen Stewart in a pretty but empty fairy-tale adaptation
Horror flick from “Paranormal Activity” creator Oren Peli doesn’t redefine the genre, but it delivers some solid scares from behind the former Iron Curtain
Roger Ebert, Peter Travers and A.O. Scott are among the top critics sounding off on "Men in Black 3"
While it won’t win over detractors who think that Wes Anderson’s work is precious and fussy, "Moonrise Kingdom" does see the filmmaker firmly rooted in his comfort zone
If the marquee names are going to phone it in this flagrantly, why not reboot the franchise with Josh Brolin and “SNL” star Jay Pharoah?
America's critics fall over each other trying to sink Peter Berg's "Battleship"
There’s an OK drama buried within the hacky sitcom clichés of this idiotic, all-star comedy that’s as funny as post-partum depression
Peter Berg’s big-budget board game adaptation is as ridiculous as you expect, but it’s never dull
Lambert vows to show fans his naked self, but ditching rock to overemphasize electronic dance production leaves his musical personality undetermined
The King's daughter, trespassing into T Bone Burnett territory, finds her voice on "Storm & Grace"
Snoop Dogg, Sheryl Crow and Merle Haggard all show up on Willie's mostly satisfying new album, but it's really a torch-passing exercise
Sasha Baron Cohen’s latest is a scattershot mess, but the film delivers enough solid gags to keep audiences from revolting
The song selection on "Glee's" set of valedictory songs isn't bad, though you're better off using the track list as a guide to download original versions for your own graduation party
Nadine Labaki’s inventive satire of Middle East politics that won Toronto's audience awards makes bold comic statements but collapses when tragedy erupts
The reviews are in for Tim Burton's adaptation of the campy soap opera "Dark Shadows," and the response is chilly
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”