It’s a tribute to the already legendary entrepreneur and inventor who introduced the Mac, the iPhone, and the iPad to our lives.
This sequel simply dusts off elements of the first outing, but we’re not kept alertly off-balance as we were before.
This is a soundly made film, downright old-fashioned in its narrative confidence and technical simplicity, unerring in its period detail and behavior.
It’s a pot-smuggling comedy that sounds like a bottom feeder but smuggles in a decent number of laughs.
“Planes” is above its animated progenitor “Cars” in height, but well below it in quality.
Elysium is science fiction that is narratively futuristic, of course, but thematically here-and-now.
They’re among the best lawmen who ever lived and died.
Better RED than RED 2. Much better.
Here’s a horror thriller that will scare the butterscotch off your krimpet.
It’s just a tad better than the original, which stunk.
Does “Pacific Rim” manage to turn us into tweens for two hours? It comes pretty darn close.
This enjoyable comedy about a summer vacation that changes a teenager’s life goes right to the front of the class as a charmer, representing a sparkling alternative to the bombast of the summer movie season.
Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp get to exhibit so little playful chemistry, it’s as if they’re in different movies: Depp in a comedy, Hammer in a western adventure.
This concert flick feels stretched beyond its natural limits despite Hart’s talent as a standup comedian and storyteller.
This inventive and affable sequel to the 2010 original pretty much matches its predecessor’s charm and impact, not in originality perhaps but certainly in energy and execution.