Neither of the leads comes off very well, they barely bond in any satisfying way, and we’re left to remember better work each has done elsewhere.
Here are two dozen more cinematic attractions beckoning moviegoers from marquees over the next four months.
Rich reacts to a security video of ESPN’s Britt McHenry going on a tirade against a parking lot employee, a waiter fired in Texas for identifying a table of customers as ‘5 Black Guys,’ and the latest on Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign. He talked to Cora Currier from the Intercept, vaping advocate Greg Conley, and bio-ethicist Art Caplan.
Jon Favreau wanted to do something a little different, so he cooked up “Chef.” Don’t show up hungry!
“Fading Gigolo” is an oddball absurdist comedy, a farcical cinematic doodle that takes a bite out of the Big Apple and finds it strangely tasty.
When you make a bad movie on purpose, it’s still a bad movie.
Here, thanks to the Farrelly brothers, they are again — on the big screen.
Producer and director Garry Marshall brings back Valentine’s Day’s Jessica Biel and Ashton Kutcher while welcoming the thriving local populace to his cast and then letting everyone alone to act in whatever style each of them sees fit.