Edward Norton wrote, directed and starred in Motherless Brooklyn, an endeavour he’s been chipping away at for 20 years — and it’s a mess.
Uh, because the first Jumanji was so great?
Despite production problems, Paul Rudd and an unconventional storyline mercifully separate this film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s repetitive, stakes-free funk.
The latest film by writer/director Paul Feig is an exciting and hilarious new chapter for Melissa McCarthy
Welcome to Me casts Wiig as a prickly, unlikeable protagonist, and gets truly funny results, PLUS more hits and misses from TIFF.
The workmanlike action star’s latest vehicle features a solid supporting cast, a poignantly desperate turn by Jennifer Lopez and the frustrating false promise of a more original movie lurking below its generic veneer.