In ‘Mother’s Day,’ three generations come together, mothers everywhere are celebrated, and we’re left wishing that the movie was as creative as it is mawkish.
Bravely, daring to sport a premise that is off-putting from the get-go, ‘Green Room’ pits punk rockers against neo-Nazis.
Like a number of films over the years that began as seven-minute sketches – many of them emanating from, for example, ‘Saturday Night Live’ – ‘Keanu’ is misshapen as a feature film.
Alan Clay needs to find a new direction and start over. That’s the fuzzy premise of the meandering, Kafkaesque comedy-drama, ‘A Hologram fore the King,’ anchored by the estimable Tom Hanks.
What movie buff could resist the opportunity to see thespians Spacey and Shannon as icons Nixon and Presley in Elvis & Nixon?
‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is the follow-up to 2012’s ‘Snow White and the Huntsman.’
This thriller is so goofily fanciful and casually sadistic, it’s almost ‘Criminal.’
‘The Jungle Book’ is a kidflick in the same way that ‘E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial’ and ‘Jurassic Park’ are kidflicks.
‘Miles Ahead’ is a biopic, but a chronological, cradle-to-grave drama it is anything but.
Although ‘Everybody Wants Some!!’ comes from the same director as 1993’s ‘Dazed and Confused,’ it is not a sequel.
‘The Boss’ is comedic force of nature, Melissa McCarthy’s attempt to top herself and/or demonstrate her range.
Demolition continues to make his case as a skilled screen-acting stalwart who can easily carry and sometimes even transcend a film.
‘Midnight Special’ is a contemporary sci-fi fable, also a road or chase flick of sorts.
The start of the splashy summer movie season, with all those high-profile releases, is still a month away. But early spring brings its share of new films as well.
Get ready, foodies, for a movie that just might speak to you. But budget your time wisely because you will want to eat immediately after.