'Sightseers' Review: Chris & Tina's Excellent - Albeit Homicidal - Adventure 1 week ago
Shortly after bashing a complete stranger to death with a cudgel and then smashing the man’s face against a boulder for good...
By Leah Rozen
Ken Kwapis' based-on-fact "Big Miracle" has likable characters and is smart enough to stand out from the pack of so-so spring film offerings
She plays a Jersey girl with an accent so broad it makes Joe Piscopo’s old “I’m from Jersey” routines on “Saturday Night Live” sound subtle
Intriguing tale of a Big Apple pickpocket loses it when it comes to romance
The film lacks the eloquence of Shakespeare’s drama about an aging king heading into madness, but it does convey that the passing years spare no one
“Happy Feet Two” may be set in Antartica, but it's only a lukewarm effort
The movie has about as much to do with actual Greek mythology as Mickey Mouse cartoons do with the study of rodents
The Altman-esque drama marks a mostly promising debut for director-writer Sam Levinson, son of director Barry Levinson
The meandering comic drama is Depp's second film to be based on a work by gonzo journalist and hard drinker Hunter S. Thompson
Think “Panic Room” or “Cape Fear” and then lower your expectations
Jodie Foster is the weakest link in the director's adaptation of the Tony-winning play, opening the New York Film Festival
Assassination thriller takes promising ingredients -- including an intriguing subplot about the Feather Men -- and then squanders them
Oh, look, it’s rich people in beautifully appointed houses and they’re worried that the nanny might not arrive on time -- boo-boo!
Finally seeing light of day, having gotten lost in the corporate shuffle when Disney sold Miramax, movie is well worth the wait
Actress and new director Vera Famiga looks at an evangelical Christian community with an open and a (mostly) nonjudgmental eye
Written 12 years ago by the "Hangover" team, it's neither clever nor funny enough to make a viewer care.
You don’t need a Ph.D in history to see the obvious parallels between the story that Sayles is telling in “Amigo” and more recent American conflicts
With its ballsy heroine who zealously attempts to right injustices and uncover corruption, is in spirit if not overall achievement a throwback to films of the ‘70s and ‘80s like “Norma Rae,” “Silkwood”
British monster mash is equal parts funny and entertaining and even offers some genuine scares
“C&A” illustrates how mechanical and intellectually lackluster movies have become in the age of global-minded studios
Instead, the movie’s all-too-human characters are alienated from their own feelings at times, as a second Earth appears
Oddly, it makes fun of the clichés of the genre even as it indulges in them
Not content to leave well enough alone, for viewers too antsy to sit through a period piece, it adds on to the bestseller a parallel, contemporary story
Latest doc from 'Man on Wire's' James Marsh nimbly serves up a profoundly sad tale of '70s chimp experiment
See Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts make nice ... in fact, too nice!
“Cars” -- though the least compelling of Pixar’s 11 previous features -- is a Lamborghini compared to the Edsel that is its sequel
The latest in a long string of superhero movies is ho-hum dopey fun with no magic
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”