The new kids’ science fiction thriller, Ender’s Game, took the top spot, debuting with an estimated $28-million.
This epic adventure may or may not launch a franchise, but it does stand alone as a generous helping of sci-fi food for thought.
The casually engaging ensemble comedy makes up for in wisdom and charisma what it lacks in energy and originality.
The writers let the fowl-out-of-water narrative get away from them in the late going, but the initial premise is a solid one and the funny jokes and clever bits are plentiful.
Bad Grandpa, the fourth entry in the Jackass franchise, grabbed the top spot, earning an estimated $32-million on its opening weekend.
Star power can take a movie like this one only so far.
This true and harrowing story of a free black man kidnapped into slavery in 1841 hits like a sledgehammer.
All Is Lost isn’t for everybody, given the way it flies –- well, floats –- in the face of conventional wisdom and throws caution to the wind. Literally.
It earned an estimated $31-million.
This silly but diverting movie is fun.
The acronym stands for Adult Children Of Divorce and, boy, are there a lot of them these days.
The Fifth Estate may fancy itself a cyberthriller, but the thrills are few and far between.
By Bill Wine PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Gravity continued to exert its pull on multiplex moviegoers. The science fiction thriller finished first at the box office for the second straight weekend, earning an estimated $44-million. The […]
It’s a cat-and-mouse, First-World-versus-Third-World conflict in which armed Somalis board an American cargo ship and hold the crew for ransom.
When you make a bad movie on purpose, it’s still a bad movie.