"Insidious: Chapter 3" is exclusively for those desperately in need of a PG-13 horror fix.
"Entourage" is designed for a small group of viewers and remains unconcerned about whether anyone outside the bubble will have a good time.
A remake of "Earthquake"? An orgy for disaster porn devotees? Or both?
It's hard to find a level on which "Aloha" works. It's a murky, muddled mess.
"Poltergeist" once again raises the "why bother?" question that accompanies about 95% of remakes.
"Tomorrowland" is an interesting collage of moments and ideas in search of a strong narrative and a coherent ending.
The issues addressed in "Good Kill" exist firmly in the gray and that's where the character resides for the majority of the film.
This isn't cinema; it's vaudeville.
Mad Max: Fury Road delivers. This drives the concept of the "summer spectacle" to its apex.