‘How to Be Single’ is a strained romantic comedy, busy but not necessarily productive, about unmarried twentysomethings in the city that never sleeps.
For Nicholas Sparks completists, ‘The Choice,’ the latest of his book-to-screens, is the eleventh novel of his to make its way to the movie screen.
‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ is here and a movie that might have passed muster as a Saturday Night Live sketch struggles and strains on the movie screen.
The Coen Brothers’ latest comedy ‘Hail Caesar!’ falls well short of expectations, a whole that’s less than the sum of its parts.
Jack Black returns, giving voice and lending aspects of his paunchy persona to Po the Panda in the film ‘Kung Fu Panda 3.’
‘The Lady in the Van,’ is a comedy adaptation of the play of the same name by Alan Bennett, based on a “mostly true story.”
How shockingly horrendous and aggressively unfunny is Dirty Grandpa? Let’s put it this way.
The first of a trilogy, The 5th Wave is a post-apocalyptic, teen-centric science fiction thriller.
’45 Years’ is the first for which British actress Charlotte Rampling has been acknowledged by the industry, with an Oscar nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
It’s is a relentless, one-dimensional, technically adroit tribute.
The overall problem with Norm of the North is that he and his movie are below the norm.
If you rode along with the original, you may be fine riding along with the sequel. But don’t expect much in the way of Ride Along 2 being more than a long ride. Backwards.
A supernatural horror thriller that doesn’t trust its premise enough to create and sustain any internal logic
‘The Revenant’ is a western adventure and revenge melodrama about Hugh Glass, a real-life frontiersman and fur trapper with a half-Pawnee son who, in the Rockies in the 1820s, sought vengeance against the men who left him for dead after he was mauled by a bear.
‘Carol’ is the story of a lesbian romance during an era when same-sex relationships stayed surreptitious, to say the least.