Disney’s long-gestating adaptation of the popular young adult book series is 90-some minutes of uninviting gobbledygook.
Ritchie’s mid-life crisis gangster movie is smug but not without its strengths.
The goth-pop auteur lends his signature to parts of the latest Disney live-action movie.
The actor stretches way out as an eccentric, brilliant lawyer (who may be on the spectrum) in Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Some award hopefuls, a homegrown zombie movie, Harry Dean Stanton’s swan song and a major disappointment round out the last stretch of FNC.
The Beguiled was a twisted psychosexual horror movie. Now it’s more like a comedy of errors.
Luckily, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spin-off never feels like a throwaway cash-grab.
Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace star in an action thriller, from the director of the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, that tries semi-successfully to fuse lowbrow and highbrow cinematic pursuits.
The guys-with-guns genre is played out. What’s a guy (In Bruges director Martin McDonagh) to do but to follow it up with a self-indulgent, rambling meta-movie that points out exactly what is wrong with the genre?
When the new Total Recall was announced, a number of people questioned the need to remake a movie only 20-some years old. I gave it the benefit of the doubt. After all, it’s nice to think that a Paul Verhoeven film is considered classic enough to revisit. After watching the new version (directed byUnderworldseries hack Len Wiseman), I can’t help but feel that the question still lingers.