Movie Review: 'Weiner'This is the sad saga of former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner’s attempt to rehabilitate his public image after his first reported sexting involvement and also – astonishingly – during his second episode, after he had publicly declared himself a new man.
X-Men: Apocalypse Fights To Number One At Box Office During Holiday WeekendThird was last weekend’s leader, the animated comedy , The Angry Birds Movie, with $19-million.
Movie Review: 'The Lobster'No, despite the title, it’s not a horror flick about a monstrous crustacean. Actually, it’s much stranger than that.
Movie Review: 'X-Men: Apocalypse'The latest installment in the blockbuster X-Men franchise follows a string of thrillers that has included among its offerings <em>X-Men</em> (2000), <em>X-2</em> (2003), <em>X-Men: The Last Stand</em> (2006), <em>X-Men: First Class</em> (2011), and <em>X-Men: Days of Future Past</em> (2014).
Movie Review: 'Alice Through The Looking Glass'In 2010, stylistic director Tim Burton turned the classic 1865 Lewis Carroll children’s story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, into <em>Alice in Wonderland</em>, a visually inventive gothic fantasy, full of bracing nonsensicalness.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'The Angry Birds Movie' Flies To The TopThe animated comedy, The Angry Birds Movie, finished in first place on its debut weekend, earning an estimated $39-million.
Movie Review: 'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising''Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' is the sequel to 2014’s 'Neighbors,' starring Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron.
Movie Review: 'The Nice Guys''The Nice Guys' is a hard-edged, noirish, thoroughly cynical romp-and-stomp thriller with a sense of humor that we wish it would display much more extensively.
Movie Review: 'The Angry Birds Movie'
Weekend Box Office Report: Not Much Of A Battle For Captain AmericaThe fantasy sequel earned an estimated $73-million for a second straight first-place finish at the box office.
Movie Review: 'High-Rise''High-Rise,' adapted from the 1975 satirical novel about urban living by J.G. Ballard, is set in a luxury condominium on the outskirts of London in the mid-1970s.
Movie Review: 'Money Monster'Money Monster hereby joins such films as The Big Short, Wall Street, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Arbitrage in the subgenre of modern movies trying to explain the inscrutable financial arena through entertainment aimed at a mass audience.