This epic adventure may or may not launch a franchise, but it does stand alone as a generous helping of sci-fi food for thought.
The casually engaging ensemble comedy makes up for in wisdom and charisma what it lacks in energy and originality.
The writers let the fowl-out-of-water narrative get away from them in the late going, but the initial premise is a solid one and the funny jokes and clever bits are plentiful.
Bad Grandpa, the fourth entry in the Jackass franchise, grabbed the top spot, earning an estimated $32-million on its opening weekend.
Star power can take a movie like this one only so far.
This true and harrowing story of a free black man kidnapped into slavery in 1841 hits like a sledgehammer.
All Is Lost isn’t for everybody, given the way it flies –- well, floats –- in the face of conventional wisdom and throws caution to the wind. Literally.
This silly but diverting movie is fun.
The acronym stands for Adult Children Of Divorce and, boy, are there a lot of them these days.
The Fifth Estate may fancy itself a cyberthriller, but the thrills are few and far between.
It’s a cat-and-mouse, First-World-versus-Third-World conflict in which armed Somalis board an American cargo ship and hold the crew for ransom.
When you make a bad movie on purpose, it’s still a bad movie.
The Summit chronicles the tragic course that led to the death of 11 mountaineers who were answering mountain climbing’s steepest challenge: they were attempting to climb and then get down K2.
We’re just not pulled into the come-hither but unsavory, high-stakes world of online gambling the way the lead character is.
It’s a witness-to-history drama about the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination and the events of the next four days.
Bradley Cooper stopped by CBS 3 studios and Talk Philly to talk about his new film Limitless.