Now, let’s handicap the Oscar races for best supporting actress and best actress.
Sunday evening we find out, during a telecast hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, which movie is to be officially declared the best film of 2014, and who will be declared best director.
The collaborators have taken the slow-build approach and aimed for sensual tension rather than graphic sexuality in the early scenes as they set up what turns out to be a psychosexual mystery.
Kingsman: The Secret Service falls so short of the mark, it’s not even funny. Literally.
Deservedly nominated for an Oscar for best animated feature, “Song of the Sea” is a beautifully hand-drawn supernatural adventure, a fabulous fable for viewers of all ages.
Here are 25 titles about to open during February, March, and April.
With a plot that’s literally all over the universe and redundant action sequences that go on forever, this is a thriller that dares you to stay with it.
‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’ returns to the big screen in the hopes that young viewers who are already fans want to spend additional time with SpongeBob Squarepants in a larger format.
Ahh, teens with a time machine. Think of the possibilities!
Here’s a drama abour racial matters in which, just in case we’d forgotten, race matters.
Here is a morality tale that explores criminality and ponders whether or not an honest man can thrive in a corrupt world.
It gets more ludicrous, more preposterous, and more unconvincing as it proceeds, and ends up as such a parody of itself, it plays out like a satirical Saturday Night Live sketch.
Julianne Moore, in an Oscar-nominated performance as an Alzheimer’s victim, calibrates and reveals her decline subtly but unmistakably.
Jennifer Aniston, blessed with exquisite comic timing, acquits herself nicely with this venture into drama.
This screenplay, instead of exploring the main characters or their actions, resorts to lengthy, pointless, amateurish slapstick sequences.