Movie Review: 'Brad’s Status'Ben Stiller stars as Brad, who narrates this tale in an extensive and exhaustive voiceover that keeps Brad’s point-of-view front and center.
Movie Review: The Glass CastleA sophisticated, successful New York City journalist glances out the window of her taxi one evening and notices a homeless couple scrounging for food scraps in the garbage and trash cans on the street.
Movie Review: Baby DriverThis kid is totally focused when he’s behind the wheel and, while always sporting earbuds, can maneuver a vehicle like nobody’s business.
Movie Review: Transformers: The Last KnightWith all due respect for viewers for whom each new Transformers movie is a gift: lucky you.
Movie Review: Paris Can WaitIt’s difficult to hear the title of this stubbornly slow-moving movie, Paris Can Wait, without thinking, “But can we?”
Movie Review: The LoversThe Lovers takes the conventional adultery dramedy and stands it on its head.
Movie Review: LifeA six-member crew of scientists and astronauts on an international space station performs the successful capture of a space probe returning from Mars with a sample inside.
Movie Review: 20th Century WomenSo we’ll raise 2-1/2 stars out of 4...
Weekend Box Office Report: Numbers Add Up For 'The Accountant'The Ben Affleck-starring thriller finished first at the box office on its debut weekend, earning an estimated $25-million.
Movie Review: 'Deepwater Horizon'The man-made-disaster docudrama focuses on the biggest oil spill – the worst ecological incident -- in American history.
Movie Review: 'Bad Moms'The film is not exactly nuanced and is underwritten enough to be uneven, but at least it has a specific, audience-friendly agenda and is fitfully amusing.
The Jungle Book Keeps Crown At Box OfficeSecond place went to the holdover sequel, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, with over $9-million. The weekend’s three new mainstream releases also finished in the top ten. The Key and Peele comedy, Keanu, with the popular television comedy team of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele making the jump to the movie screen, debuted in third place with $9-million.