At its best, it feels like an echo of its predecessor. At its worst, it’s unfunny, crass, and uncomfortable (not in a good way).
Harrowing, compelling cinema - perhaps not as wrenching as "12 Years a Slave" but not far removed.
"Blair Witch" seems more like a pale homage than a new chapter to the saga.
"Bridget Jones’s Baby" exceeds expectations and, as a result, makes us willing to forgive the delay in bringing the character back to theaters.
Won't isn’t make anyone forget the 1959 Charlton Heston classic.
Unlikely to excite the imagination (or the box office) in the way many of Spielberg’s classics have.
Despite a strong cast, gorgeous cinematography, and a suffocating sense of sexual tension, this movie takes far too long to get off the ground.
"Batman v Superman" revels in apocalyptic visuals, death, destruction, mayhem, and brutality.
This may be the first time I have seen something make "Freddy Got Fingered" look classy.
Using gallows humor, likable protagonists, and a variety of nonstandard filmmaking techniques, director Adam McKay maintains a high level of energy for more than two hours.