Sam Mendes’ WWI movie comes from a real place, but the cinematography and camerawork is so flashy, it’s hard to focus on anything else.
We’re hot and cold on Disney’s decision to produce a sequel that feels like a remake.
This ridiculous and delightful sequel/prequel to the ABBA musical has Cher, disco and too many daddies.
The Kingsman sequel gets silly and squanders its new assets.
Despite one of its lead actors’ innate suckiness, we were unexpectedly charmed by this two-men-a-lady-and-a-baby movie.
It’s a challenge, and Michael Grandage’s Genius, starring Jude Law and Colin Firth, nearly achieves it.
Kingsman: The Secret Service, adapted from a comic by Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick-Ass), stars Michael Caine, Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson.
Colin Firth and Emma Stone flirt robotically in 1920s France in Allen’s new mediocre romantic comedy.
We speak to Atom Egoyan about his latest flick Devil’s Knot, about the West Memphis Three.