Review: Witless 'What's Your Number?' A Waste of Anna Faris 1 year ago
Anna Faris has been called this generation’s Lucille Ball: She’s pretty, smart, has impeccable timing and isn’t afraid...
By Jordan Riefe
Nobody needed to remake the Sam Peckinpah classic, but this potboiler offers a few sleazy thrills
Even winning performances from Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis can't breathe life into this moribund farce
Fake documentary wants to be "Paranormal Activity" on the moon, but the scares are lost in space
Rowan Joffe updates the Graham Greene story to the 1960s but keeps the twisted characters and murky morality
This reboot of the Arnold Schwarzenegger hit is swords, sorcery and stupidity
The good news: The 3D, by James Cameron cohort Steve Quale, is way better than average
Evan Glodell proves he's a filmmaker to watch with this wonderfully weird first feature
First-time director John Michael McDonagh may be slightly out of his depth, but the strong performances by Brendon Gleeson and Don Cheadle save this Irish cop tale
Mocking extremists is about as easy as finding a needle in a needlestack, so why isn't this Greg Kinnear vehicle funnier?
You’d never guess that this was the same guy who shocked and suprised us in “Halloween”
A look at the week's new hi-def disc bounty, which also includes "Babe" and "Fiddler on the Roof"
As good as Nick Thurston is, he’s not enough to save the film from director John Gray
Zack Snyder's film is a hybrid: call it a "goovie" or a "mame"; judging by the title, I’d go with the latter
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts