No one was waiting a decade for a sequel with even worse characters and jokes than the original.
This is what a bungled, unambitious project in the franchise’s Disney era looks like.
The Glass Castle (starring Brie Larson, Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson) tells an awkward tale awkwardly.
At least this convoluted sequel to the slick all-star 2013 hit is never boring.
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, Kate Winslet, Aaron Paul and Norman Reedus co-star in a slow-burn heist movie that looked so good.
Mockingjay Part 1 feels like a segment of a binge-watching session rather than a standalone film. But it still has its merits.
Now You See Me hits theaters today, with an all-star cast performing magical feats that would make Houdini blush.
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?