"Australian history does not read like history but like the most beautiful lies.”
In the capable hands of writers Ferrell and McKay, Ron Burgundy’s world has more than enough room for laughs
Here Jonze has taken an almost laughable premise and given it a heart
Coogan, Pope and director Stephen Frears have managed to make religion the centerpiece of the film without you really knowing they have
Adam Cozard and David Koepp have crafted an entertaining movie – albeit one that might’ve been better titled ‘untitled Kenneth Branagh action thriller’ or...
There are a few cool swordfights and some CGI monsters – although nothing you haven’t seen before
While Sophie Nelisse makes for a terrific Liesel, it's Australia's Geoffrey Rush who steals the show as Hans.
The editor's daughter takes a look at Disney's latest
Zoe Bell stars in this latest addition to the Women in Prison subgenre
An absolute showcase for today's finest thesps, all absolutely gold as complicated, but frighteningly-relatable characters
It might be self-destructive for you, Veronica, but it’s great for us, your loyal backers
''The Desolation of Smaug'' is just another ''Rings'' film, and that's just not impressive enough anymore.
Like he has in other films, Traucki proves himself a master of tension – a much more important element than simple scares in horror
Perfectly OK, but essentially just a rehash of the original without the joy, stupendous songs, or emotional beats that had us dropping watery eye-output into...
This new release features five episodes from the popular afternoon toon series "Doc McStuffins"
''The Machine'' is one of the best films so far of 2014 and one of the best sci-fi films in even longer
The film isn't terribly successful because of the tone
The story has a structure that seems to keep it from being very cohesive.
This is in no way the space epic Harrison Ford will be remembered for
One of the most distinctive movies so far this year and it's certainly nothing like you've seen before
Neither Affleck nor Mara could put a foot wrong in many films they work in, and the acting all round is uniformly excellent
Writer/director Liz W.Garcia's quiet, sometimes slightly sluggish drama is reasonably-engaging coming-of-30 story
''Thor : the Dark World'' feels like a playful taunt before the more-satisfying final act
You feel like you’re in space, more than you have in a very long time – ironically considering how many movies are set there
Make no mistake, it's completely about race relations and only a little bit about being a butler