One of the film’s biggest problems is our realization that we’re watching likable actors playing unlikable, alienating characters who are not inherently compelling enough to have us not mind the company we’re keeping.
Like its seven big-screen predecessors, this Muppets movie puts a wide smile on your face and leaves it there.
In marketing, your brand is everything. And when your brand’s in trouble, you’ll resort to nearly anything to save it.
Part III reunites the primary cast and finds a new tone, resulting in the strongest of the three outings.
“These are the ten hours of my life I most vociferously want back!” — Bill Wine.
It’s satire disguised as the movie equivalent of a whoopee cushion.
Comedians Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakas were in Philadelphia Tuesday to promote their new movie, “The Campaign.”
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
There isn’t a laugh or a smile to be found, just a mercifully brief hour and a half of excruciating awfulness.
Kermit may be green with envy, Fozzie may find it hard to bear, and Miss Piggy may still be waiting for the oink to dry on her contract, but the missing Muppets haven’t missed a beat.
“Puss in Boots” is a spirited and enjoyable computer-animated comedy built around the breakout kitty from “Shrek 2,” “Shrek the Third,” and “Shrek Forever.”
Rarely has a movie entered the marketplace depending so completely on the goodwill and memories of its core audience, as generated by its predecessor.
‘Megamind’ won the hearts and minds of moviegoers over the weekend.
He’s expectant, his wife’s expecting, and we have expectations. Which aren’t fulfilled here.