It’s the story of a privileged, upper-class girl and the lower-class boy (and fellow recent high school graduate) she falls for — against the strong objections of her parents.
The Monuments Men may not be monumental, but it sure is quietly but richly entertaining.
Make no mistake about it: this is a hundred-minute toy commercial.
Few fictional narratives will affect moviegoers as viscerally as this documentary, of perhaps the worst juvenile justice system scandal ever perpetrated, does.
“That Awkward Moment” is a quirky R-rated romantic comedy about the romantic and bromantic adventures of three twentysomething buddies.
Jason Reitman’s coming-of-age script, downright leisurely at times, allows for the unspoken to be as eloquent and affecting as the spoken, and is delivered in a layered narrative that mixes in flashbacks with recollective narration.
A manmade monster meanders through a middling modern melodrama after murdering his master in this moribund miscreation.
A committee of the Philadelphia Historical Commission heard four hours of testimony but ran out of time before deciding whether to make an advisory, non-binding recommendation to the full commission.
Charles Dickens’ secret mistress wasn’t much of a secret.
Vanessa Hudgens continues her transition from the Disney Channel good-girl-persona phase of her career to that of a serious and mature actress, but –- at this point, anyway –- she appears to be in over her head.
Moviegoers rode along with Ride Along as the new comedy earned an estimated $41-million in its weekend debut for an easy first-place finish.
The Academy Award nominations are now official. But what about the poor deserving few who were snubbed, ignored, underappreciated, or forgotten?
“Shadow Recruit” is a glossy and absorbing espionage origin story, set back when Ryan was working as a financial analyst on Wall Street.
“The Nut Job” is stretched well beyond its breaking point, with lots and lots of filler, registering more like a time-killing television cartoon than animation carefully constructed for the cinema screen.
Although Kevin Hart gets a few big yuks, there are lengthy dead spots where the narrative just spins its wheels.
Bradley Cooper stopped by CBS 3 studios and Talk Philly to talk about his new film Limitless.