While we don’t exit director Noah Baumbach’s latest feeling fully satisfied with the journey his characters are on, there is plenty of audience-friendly food for thought along the way.
Even though the laughs are sporadic and the complaints are unavoidable, we’re grateful for the film’s existence.
It’s passable entertainment for the kids, even if it even falls a tad short of “Ice Age” and “Robots,” by the same director.
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
By the authority vested in me, I now pronounce “The Big Wedding” a bomb.
Even if the movie doesn’t quite replicate the parade of privileged moments of the stage play, it still resonates with intense emotionality and extravagant romanticism.
Benjamin Franklin said it first: “Time is money.” Well, here’s a movie that applies that truism literally.
Some rather insignificant movies on this week’s home video list…
On its debut weekend, the science fiction, action thriller unseated last week’s number one.
Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf? Not us. And here’s why.