'Star Trek Into Darkness': What the Critics Think of the Sequel 1 day 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
Writer-director Bobcat Goldthwait’s jeremiad against reality TV feels preachy, ponderous and about five years out of date
Johnny Depp’s courtly vampire provides the only laughs in this leaden misfire of the "Dark Shadows" pop-culture reboot
A Fiona Apple duet and songs by Willie Nelson and Dan Wilson help ex-Nickel Creek member Sara Watkins come up with the year's best Americana album
Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and an all-star cast of Brits get their groove back in a ramshackle retirement home in India
Kate Hudson vehicle marries the worst of rom-com whimsy with the deadliest pretty-girl-with-cancer clichés
The curiously short soundtrack is a sampler that particularly stiffs fans of the Marilyn Monroe-themed show-within-a-show "Smash"
The ex-Beatle's demos and early takes from "All Things Must Pass" offer a stripped-down alternative to the Phil Spector treatment they got in 1970
In "The Avengers," director Joss Whedon gets the Marvel Comics super-team the same way that Spielberg and Lucas understood serials in “Raiders of the Lost Ark”
Although she's in typically expert vocal form, Underwood doesn't offer much sense of a real emotional or musical personality on her scattershot fourth album
The latest Aardman Animations adventure is silly enough for kids and smart enough for their parents, but it gets a bit frantic by the end
Jason Segel and his “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” collaborator score with another hilariously prickly and poignant look at relationships
British action star Jason Statham keeps the adrenaline pumping as he protects a young girl from corrupt cops and Russian and Chinese mobsters in "Safe"
White's first solo album has a bit of a bad attitude about women, even as his all-female band helps drive the diversified rockers home
King's album of pre-"Tapestry" classics proves she could've ruled as a singer as well as songwriter in the '60s, too
Stunning photography gets cranked through the happy-ending machine, resulting in a kid-friendly doc that’s neither fish nor fowl
Diane Keaton heads an all-star cast that mixes Lawrence Kasdan’s zingy dialogue with his weakness for spoiled Baby Boomers
An engaging cast and a steady stream of laughs help mask the familiarity of this rom-com based on Steve Harvey’s dating guide "Think Like a Man"
Zac Efron's attempt to transition into adult roles continues to fall flat
Jason Mraz abandons all attempts at pop-rap playfulness in favor of trying to revive easy-listening as an artform
Pat Monahan has gone off the rails since writing 2001's "Drops of Jupiter"
Joss Whedon’s "The Cabin in the Woods," a witty and scary take on teenagers on a doomed vacation, is best enjoyed if you go in knowing as little as possible
"The Three Stooges," the comedy nobody wanted, turns out to be hilarious. It's the Farrelly Brothers' best since “There’s Something About Mary”
On her first album in seven years, Raitt splits the difference between quiet covers of Dylan's most depressing ballads and reviving that greasy, slide-guitar-fueled, "Thing Called Love" spirit
It's admirable that Monica wants to act her age (31) and eschew hip-hop for R&B. But just one up-tempo club banger wouldn't have killed this collection of droopy ballads
“Metropolitan” director Whit Stillman returns after a long hiatus and once again charts the mating habits of the contemporary preppy
The balance of sweet and smutty that made the original “American Pie” so memorable is sorely absent from this pointless sequel
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”