Lest No Good Deed go unpunished, let’s cut to the chase: No Good Deed is one bad movie.
John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are impeccable -– understated, convincing, and empathetic –- both individually and as a screen team, delivering privileged moments galore.
This followup is sweet, sensitive, wholesome, and uplifting in the same way as the original. It is also, like the original, based on true events.
On a slow-as-molasses weekend at multiplexes with little in the way of new releases, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ remained in first place by default.
Here’s a peek at the mainstream movie lineup coming our way over the next two months.
Although you certainly don’t need to see it on an Imax screen to enjoy or appreciate this celebrated movie, that’s exactly where you’ll find it as of this week.
“Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.” The supposed inscription on the entrance to Hell, compliments of Dante, is what confronts the treasure hunters in the horror thriller, ‘As Above, So Below.’
Can one or two misguided scenes ruin an otherwise watchable movie?
Set in the late ’70s, Life of Crime is a crime comedy based on The Switch (1978), by the late crime novelist Elmore Leonard.
Eating and talking. That’s about the gist of ‘The Trip to Italy,’ the followup to 2011’s ‘The Trip.’
The comic book-generated holdover, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ earned an estimated $18-million for a second first-place finish.
In some movies, style trumps substance. In this sequel, it downright suffocates it.
One of the film’s biggest problems is our realization that we’re watching likable actors playing unlikable, alienating characters who are not inherently compelling enough to have us not mind the company we’re keeping.
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is a nature documentary about Dr. Patricia C. Wright’s mission to help the endearingly peculiar lemurs, who turned up as castaways millions of years ago in the Republic of Madagascar.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made it two weekends in a row as the box office champ.