This daringly dark comedy calls for Kristen Wiig’s particular skills but grates and irritates to such a degree that it ends up seeming wildly self-indulgent.
Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig say they are now abandoning plans for a Lifetime TV movie after the secret project became public.
We know Sia isn’t so keen on showing her face in public (so, hey, why not record a pop album?), but her GRAMMY performance tonight was some other-level shy stuff.
The all-new, all-female “Ghostsbusters” are here.
The revelation is how adroit “Saturday Night Live” alumni Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader are in their respective roles in this dark drama-comedy.
The first one was respectable. The second is delectable.
Eat your heart out, Siri.
It’s a remake of a 1947 Danny Kaye comedy based on a 1939 short story of the same title by humorist James Thurber.
Is it funny? The answer is a resounding yes.
What are the new attractions moviegoers will be choosing among at multiplexes on this year’s final week and immediately beyond? Bill Wine has this survey…
This inventive and affable sequel to the 2010 original pretty much matches its predecessor’s charm and impact, not in originality perhaps but certainly in energy and execution.
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 double-meaning title makes it sound like a movie about a childless person whose friends have children. But it’s actually a movie about friends who decide to have a child.
The thunder of Thor continues as the son of Odin takes home top honors at the box office for a second week.
If you haven’t yet flipped your wig for Kristen Wiig, get set to.