Represents an effective melding of visceral and intellectual filmmaking.
At only 96 minutes, "Nerve" is short enough not to overstay its welcome and, despite a lackluster final 20 minutes, it proves to be solidly entertaining.
Beneath the pulsating music and strobe-lit fluorescent visuals, this is as pernicious and invidious a motion picture as one is likely to discover in a multiplex
Whether or not audiences pull a disappearing act, "Now You See Me 2" doesn’t bring magic back to the multiplex.
This isn’t about providing quality entertainment; it’s about fooling audiences into spending money by offering a familiar title with recognizable actors.
A confident director, a polished screenplay, and a trio of glowing performances make "The Nice Guys" the first satisfying motion picture entertainment of 2016’s summer season.
"No Escape" is a throwback to an era when thriller were defined by suspense and tension rather than overblown action and special effects-enhanced stunts.
The November Man feels like just about every B-...