In recent years, Disney has released a series of live-action remakes of its animated films with varying degrees of success.
McCarthy resorts to demeaning sight gags and furious mugging to keep The Boss moving through its standard “build trust-break trust-restore trust” plot structure.
Striving over and over for something seemingly meaningless might appear to be a waste of time, but then again, isn’t everything?
During the first years of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, the movie tracks the branching lives of two students at Tehran University.
OKCMOA screens a documentary about Los Angeles Times food critic Jonathan Gold and offers look at the real city underneath the golden sheen of Hollywood.
Instead, we get an ensemble cast more unlikable than anything since last year’s Fantastic Four stumbling through dialogue penned to fill time.
10 Cloverfield Lane is a film most viewers will want to see again.
London Has Fallen is poorly made and unnecessarily savage.
Sitting through Gods of Egypt will be a chore for audiences.
Once Jesus (or Yeshua, as they call him, played by a warm and quiet Cliff Curtis) has his grand reveal, the film droops.