John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are impeccable -– understated, convincing, and empathetic –- both individually and as a screen team, delivering privileged moments galore.
Well-matched old pros Billy Crystal and Bette Midler play Artie and Diane Decker in this family-friendly comedy.
For moviegoers, December means the climax to the year’s big-screen release schedule is now upon us.
“The Ides of March” is a completely absorbing political drama as well as a morality tale about integrity and loyalty, soul-selling and seduction, compromise and corruption, and betrayal.
Rated PG-13, “Crazy, Stupid, Love” is certainly less raunchy than most of its R-rated summer-comedy brethren, and has a sweetness at its core that renders us forgiving about its shortcomings and unfinished business.
The title refers to a guy who operates not in the mold of a president but out of the back of a car.
Our pre-Christmas video review is something of a mixed bag.