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.
Steve Carell stars in Robert Zemeckis’s ambitious but flawed adaptation of a strange but true story.
Blockers is as progressive as a mainstream studio film full of dick jokes and mass puking can get.
De Niro plays another mediocre stand-up comic in Taylor Hackford’s all-star movie The Comedian.
How to Be Single is here just in time to fizzle your Valentine’s Day date.
The long-gestating reboot of the 1983 comedy National Lampoon’s Vacation says a lot about how low our nostalgia standards have become.