By cramming far too much material into 114 minutes, "The Huntsman: Winter’s War" feels rushed and incomplete.
This is, in effect, a 90-minute commercial, and it’s about as entertaining as one might reasonably expect from such a thing.
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.
"The Angry Birds Movie" is like the game - an opportunistic attempt to “strike while the iron is hot” that’s devoid of elements that would give it an extended life.
As a race-against-time, Jason Bourne-inspired adrenaline cocktail, "Criminal" offers a couple of hours of popcorn-munching entertainment.
"Batman v Superman" revels in apocalyptic visuals, death, destruction, mayhem, and brutality.
The production is uncomfortable and artificial, lacking internal logic and tonal consistency.
"Allegiant" exemplifies what happens when a book or movie exists solely for the purposes of placating fans and maintaining a revenue stream.
Offers a painless two hours for anyone who wants to reminisce about a fast-fading era without being forced to consider a strong storyline.
The movie is for anyone who enjoys sitting through 90 tense minutes and feeling the attendant adrenaline rush.