Jennifer Aniston, blessed with exquisite comic timing, acquits herself nicely with this venture into drama.
‘Horrible Bosses 2′ is so desperately unfunny that even the outtakes displayed during the closing credits fall flat.
Set in the late ’70s, Life of Crime is a crime comedy based on The Switch (1978), by the late crime novelist Elmore Leonard.
It’s a pot-smuggling comedy that sounds like a bottom feeder but smuggles in a decent number of laughs.
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?
“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
Will having a celebrity neighbor help or hurt your home’s value?
If there’s any lingering doubt about Paul Rudd’s supremacy as a leading man on light-comedy patrol, “Wanderlust” makes it official.
“The Tree of Life” is director Terrence Malick’s ambitious film loaded with emotional power in which he packs the creation of the universe into family life in 1950s Texas.
The blockbuster, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, made it two first-place finishes in a row by taking in an estimated $47-million in its second weekend of release.
Workers of the world, unite — at least in your rollicking enjoyment of this riotously funny, wish-fulfillment comedy about frustrated employees.
Jamie Foxx brought a double dose of entertainment to Atlantic City over the holiday weekend, hosting the Foxxhole Comedy Jam at Caesars Casino and performing a concert at the House of Blues in Showboat Casino.
What will moviegoers be looking forward to, flocking to, then fleeing from or returning to, on theatre screens between now and late August?
Some interesting offbeat films are on this week’s home video list, including one that was a big winner on Oscar Night.
A new romantic comedy took the top spot but barely survived a case of ‘Bieber Fever.’