TheWrap's film critic Alonso Duralde and film reporter Jeff Sneider debate the merits of the movie, including its cartoonish depiction of violence that recalls "Home...
Who better to shill for the institution of marriage than 43-year-old bachelor Perry, who uses homophobia as a punch line and HIV as a cheap...
Replace vampires and werewolves with body-snatching aliens, and you’re left with another dippy Stephenie Meyer love triangle
Documentary goes down a rabbit hole of conspiracies and secret meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s classic adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel
The PG-13 action sequences pile on relentlessly, lest the audience get a chance to breathe…or think
No cat-buses or walking castles this time out, but the very human storytelling packs a punch
“Die Hard” comes to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. with this thrilling but dopey action flick that keeps things moving even while it defies logic
Nicolas Cage leads a family of Neanderthals into a whole new world in this amusing and visually stunning animated film for all ages
Despite the presence of Tina Fey and Paul Rudd neither the rom nor the com work here
Harmony Korine deconstructs a cherished teen ritual with this hedonistic horror show of nubile teens, reckless partying and a dreadlocked James Franco
This suspenseful tale starring Halle Berry as a 911 operator works better as a workplace thriller than as a “Silence of the Lambs” knock-off
Despite the presence of Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey, the laughs get shackled up and suspended in a tank of repetitiveness and sentimentality
James Franco goes from carny conman to reluctant messiah in this ingenious prequel to the 1939 classic
Raucous comedy from the writers of “The Hangover” can’t nail the pivot from raunchy to poignant, despite the charming cast’s best efforts
Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska are buried in stares and significant pauses in director Park Chan-Wook’s overdone American debut
Even with Ed Harris, David Duchovny and William Fichtner on board, this Cold War true story never reaches adequate depth
Keri Russell and Josh Hamilton star in an effectively chilling thriller about a suburban family under attack by both invisible creeps and a sluggish economy
Marisa Tomei shines in an otherwise by-the-numbers tale of a Syrian spy confronting his past after his child is kidnapped
This bland and charmless kiddie flick can’t even muster enough personality to be awful
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as an ad man who helped overthrow a dictator, but the movie could use his character’s skill at thinking outside the...
Bruce Willis’ iconic John McClane works out his father-son issues amidst noisy, chaotic violence — call this one “Daddy Die Hard”
The teen romance feels real while the supernatural stuff goes crazily over-the-top in this surprisingly entertaining post-“Twilight” tentpole
Roman Coppola’s sophomore effort is a doodle with characters that are only there to model 1970s outfits and hairdos
Critics have not been kind to "Identity Thief"
Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman are no match for the comedy quicksand of this labored, dull effort
The less you know about Steven Soderbergh’s latest (and last?) drama, the more you’ll enjoy its surprises
Walter Hill still knows how to direct an action sequence, but when Sylvester Stallone opens his mouth and starts acting, the whole movie collapses
Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin do their greatest hits in this uninspired tale of aging mobsters out for one last spree
You may hate yourself in the morning, but this all-star collection of shorts (Kate Winslet! Halle Berry! Hugh Jackman!) brings the dirty giggles
Not even the droll Paul Giamatti can tether this silly horror-comedy, but if you’re in the mood for flash and dazzle, there’s nary a dead...