A dramadey that actually works best during its most serious moments
Aptly details the live-out-loud personality of the late Roger Ebert
Opens on June 20 in New York at the Lincoln Plaza and in Los Angeles at the Laemmele’s Royal Theatre (West Los Angeles)
It’s more of the same – and for the fans, that’s likely all they want. Right, tiger?
I’m giving the film and extra half-star just for the credits sequence
Gives you the feeling a lot of the negotiation, back-stabbing and veiled threat is taken straight from the corridors of power.
Not only moves at a nice pace down the tarmac but shoots for the sky for most of its swift 113 minutes
Add to those great performances some stunning visual effects and you’ve now got proof to the old adage that you CAN teach an older dog...
dick joke plus cameo divided by pop culture reference - minus wit times by the power of fart gag equals Seth MacFarlane
Proves to be worth the creased-cushioned wait, delivering more satisfyingly than a fast-footed Hooters waitress
It’s a feel good film that takes you on the journey (literally a road trip of America) to show you the wonder of food mixing...
A powerful story of redemption…that runs about half an hour too long
Manages to strike an accurate balance of the serious and silly
The films keeps a surprisingly steady pace throughout given the inherent limitations of the plot
I cannot recommend this film enough, but I would strongly recommend it for those who like to be challenged by films
Richard Ayoade is evolving as a filmmaker faster than any in recent memory
With her performance in “The Other Woman,” Leslie Mann becomes a star.
Pfister makes his directorial debut on a reboot of twisty-reeled VHS classic "The Lawnmower Man II : Beyond Cyberspace"
Your hands won't be exactly sticky from sheer thrill, but Marc Webb's Lloyd Dobler vs Horace Pinker bout may be good enough to spoil the...
"The Raid 2" also introduces elements that are decidedly more comic book than the original film
“Draft Day” is an excellent film for anyone that ever rooted for the home team
The story beats are simplistic and familiar, but hold within them enough heart to keep you invested
Stay with it, it's a pretty inventive take on a very old cinematic trope.
There's enough splendour, ambition, intrigue and NutraSweet-for-the-eye to keep Darren Aronofsky's reboot of ''Evan Almighty'' afloat
''Holy Ghost People'' is good looking and earnest, but it needs a stronger narrative and better characters