In this marital dramedy, Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt play spouses Tim and Lee, parents of a three-year-old boy (played by the director’s son), who are housesitting in the Hollywood Hills at the home of one of aerobics instructor Lee’s wealthy clients.
Lambert & Stamp is a documentary about the “fifth and sixth members” of The Who, the wildly successful rock band featuring lead singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Peter Townshend, bassist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon.
The director, Gil Kenan, might be a bit too hasty in getting to the effects-driven scary stretch in this redo of the 1982 classic.
‘Laggies’ focuses on a woman ten years removed from high school who can’t or won’t graduate to bigger and better things.
This enjoyable comedy about a summer vacation that changes a teenager’s life goes right to the front of the class as a charmer, representing a sparkling alternative to the bombast of the summer movie season.
A caper flick with a narrative so arbitrary, scattered and disjointed, it’s like an intermittently entertaining prank is being played on the audience.
The director and his screenwritrers seem to share the misconception that raunch is automatically risible. It’s not.
With Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig headlining director Jon Favreau’s sci-fi oater, it’s as if Indiana Jones and James Bond had suddenly turned up for a gunfight. Y’know, “Indy and 007 at the OK Corral.”
The courage of its convictions is very much on display in this truth-is-stranger-than-fiction tale.