The pathos and hard truths trotted out in the third act are crowbarred into this slapstick vehicle as if flown in from another movie.
With its idiosyncratic take on the 99 percent/one percent income-inequality class system and environmental destructiveness at the forefront, the film has remarkable contemporary relevance.
“Third Person,” despite an intriguing opening and numerous compelling individual moments, demands patience from us without sufficiently rewarding it by film’s end.
We interrupt the current summer movie season to bring you a sneak peek at the lineup of movies headed our way at year’s end…
With this fourth installment in the “Transformers” franchise from director Michael Bay, I’ve been magically transformed from a bored viewer into a really bored viewer.
“Jersey Boys” is a movieization of the hit musical that opened in 2005 and became one of Broadway’s longest-running shows.
There’s just too much going on for the film’s through-line to buzz through the clutter.
Like its standup-comic protagonist, the film is rough around the edges, impressing us with its brave ambitiousness, but still struggling to get satisfying laughs and smiles of recognition.
The first one was respectable. The second is delectable.
It’s essentially a rehash of the 2012 feature “21 Jump Street,” but with a bigger-is-better budget.
“The Grand Seduction” isn’t quite grand, but it is seductive.
Edge of Tomorrow is a brutally funny (!) science fiction thriller in which an alien race has invaded Earth to wipe out the human race.
Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche co-star as curmudgeonly but inspiring middle-aged educators in this brainy-rather-than-zany romantic comedy.
Your tears aren’t so much jerked as invited by this well-made movie about love blossoming in a teen cancer support group.