'Star Trek Into Darkness': What the Critics Think of the Sequel 3 days ago
"Star Trek Into Darkness" was released on Thursday to mostly strong reviews.
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By Tony Maglio
Entertainment Weekly calls "Expendables 2" "excellent crap," while The Wall Street Journal labels Sylvester Stallone's latest action flick "tedious."
Robert Pattinson plays a financial Master of the Universe in this talky, elliptical, challenging and occasionally maddening Don DeLillo adaptation
Remake of "Sparkle" has soul, drive and visual flair, but Jordin Sparks’ blandness keeps the excitement in check
This weird and wonderful 3-D cartoon hides a moral about fear itself in a delightfully diabolical tale of witches, ghosts and the walking dead
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis bring the wacky election antics, but the film’s desire not to offend neuters the satire
Jeremy Renner takes the reins from Matt Damon, but this sequel-reboot unwisely eschews action for tedious exposition
Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones’ performances as an older married couple in crisis anchor this sweet and witty relationship drama
Paul Schneider and Olivia Munn are in hot pursuit of sperm in this labored, clunky comedy
Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins and company plumb the shallow depths in this umpteenth reworking of “La Ronde”
Rashida Jones (who co-wrote) and Andy Samberg's weird and wonderful chemistry gets smothered under a by-the-numbers plot about delayed adulthood
For every good idea in this exhilaratingly dopey flash-mob musical, there’s an equal and opposite terrible one
Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and many other funny people on both sides of the camera bring scant laughter to this neighborhood-vigilante comedy
Screenwriter Zoe Kazan plays the ultimate Manic Pixie Dream Girl in this slumpy sophomore effort from the “Little Miss Sunshine” directors
Actor Daniel Auteuil’s directorial debut is a beautifully mounted production that reminds us why “déjà vu” is a French expression
"Dark Knight Rises" fans flood the comments section with threatening, rude or misogynistic remarks on two negative reviews of the film, prompting the site to disable the commenting feature altogether
The conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy offers plenty of thrills, but rarely feels as groundbreaking as “The Dark Knight”
Frieda Pinto embodies Thomas Hardy’s put-upon heroine, but some of the story updates deflate the dramatic tension
Bad movies are a dime a dozen, but all-star (Robert De Niro! Sigourney Weaver!) nonsense like this is cause for a stinker celebration
This kiddie cartoon may be all about “Continental Drift,” but ultimately, there’s no there there
Oliver Stone’s mash-up of film-noir grit and The CW sparkle works only in fits and starts
Concert doc "Katy Perry: Part of Me" hits all the usual world-tour beats — without ever giving us an unexpurgated, uninterrupted pop song
Maybe we didn’t need a new version of the wall-crawler so soon after the old one, but now that it’s here, it delivers the goods
The writer-producer-director-star follows up the hilarious “Madea’s Big Happy Family” with one of his sloppiest and laziest movies ever
The biggest surprise about this Steven Soderbergh movie about hot guys who take off their clothes? It’s dull
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane's debut film is as erratic as you might think, but the hilarious hits more than compensate for the muddled misses
Steve Carell and Keira Knightley’s “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” romance doesn’t ring true for a second. Bring on the meteor!
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"