Anna Kendrick, Sam Worthington, Adriana Barraza co-star in this inexplicably panned drama (not a comedy!) that merits serious attention
Desperately seeking a “pretty movie stars chase art treasures in world capitals”...
‘The Boy Next Door’ Review: Jennifer Lopez Smolders, But the Film Fails to Seduce
The film mostly focuses on Lopez herself — a decision that robs...
‘Strange Magic’ Review: George Lucas’ Off-Key Kiddie Dud Will Make You Miss Jar Jar Binks (Video)
Rubber-faced characters and a seemingly ceaseless parade of repurposed pop ditties combine...
Jennifer Lopez Declares There Are Worse Movies Than ‘Gigli,’ Critics Think ‘Boy Next Door’ Might Be One of Them (Video)
“Nobody bats 1,000,” Lopez told Seth Meyers on Wednesday night as critics were preparing to pan her new thriller
Desperately seeking a “pretty movie stars chase art treasures in world capitals” vibe, this goofy soufflé ultimately falls flat
The film mostly focuses on Lopez herself — a decision that robs it of the symbiosis of fear and attraction that makes an erotic thriller...
Rubber-faced characters and a seemingly ceaseless parade of repurposed pop ditties combine to make what might be the worst animated feature Disney has ever released
The drama can be described as “Whiplash” meets “The Heiress,” as the writer goes straight for the jugular through the heart
Lifetime’s original movie, which stars Yaya DaCosta as the troubled late singer, feels half-baked
It appears this weekend could be a perfect time to buy tickets for Oscar-nominated films you haven’t seen yet
In this age of gross-out humor, the fiancée-as-payment plot is relatively mild. But smarm stills needs charm to work on stage
Director Kevin MacDonald delivers a nail-biting global economy riff on “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre”
If this buddy farce offered as many surprising smarts as it does lazy contrivances, it would be more deserving of our engagement
This sweetly funny adaptation of the popular children’s book series avoids one misstep after another, resulting in a film that will delight kids and parents...
Breaking up is hard to do, in this intelligent and near-perfect directorial debut, but coming out to your Iranian-American parents is even harder
Michael Mann’s misfire manages to be terribly written, horribly acted (except for Viola Davis) and an assault on the eyes
Sluggishly written and incomprehensively edited, this third (and with any luck, final) entry offers neither cast nor crew digging into their special sets of skills
The movie wasn’t screened for reviewers — which should give fans a pretty good idea of what to expect
‘Song of the Sea’ Review: Dazzling Animation, Original Storytelling from the Makers of ‘The Secret of Kells’
There’s plenty to look at — and a whole lot to puzzle over — in this exquisite and enigmatic adaptation of an Irish epic
ABC limited series follows up with its titular character after World War II as she goes undercover in her own organization for Dominic Cooper’s Howard...
Medieval comedy’s talented cast, catchy songs and unrestrained wit will win over skeptics
Most of the reviews suggest audiences looking for a scare should just rent the original starring Daniel Radcliffe
Londoners fleeing the Blitz bring their own ghosts to a haunted mansion in the countryside, but this sequel too often takes the low road toward...
The acclaimed Dardenne brothers work with an international star for the first time, but their filmmaking style remains understated and grittily poetic
Matthew Vaughn’s fifth film is made by, for, and about people who’ve seen too many James Bond films
Reactions to the awards hopeful are mixed