Site not look beautiful? Click here
Four new shows are coming. Watch out, Netflix.
The people who love it really, really, really love it.
With twisty plotting and robust action, the latest installment is a strong example of the best in blockbuster filmmaking.
It never loses sight of the personal story of these optimistic women and their genuinely life-affirming journey.
Starring Christina Applegate and The Hangover's Ed Helms, it's a sad re-creation of a once-beloved comedy franchise.
CineVegas went on hiatus following its 2009 edition.
Based on a novel by The Fault in Our Stars author John Green, the flick is more John Hughes than Nicholas Sparks.
Imagine a cheaper, lazier version of a typical Adam Sandler movie.
Even the boxing sequences are mostly unremarkable, a few exciting POV shots aside.
The movie exudes familial love and forgiveness.
Listless performances and a moronic plot. Surprise?
William DuVall and singer-guitarist Jerry Cantrell harmonize nearly as well as Cantrell and former lead singer Layne Staley did.
It's not your average Marvel film.
Dad rock: Like its protagonist, the FX comedy is mostly a sad relic straining to appear hip.
Directed by British TV veteran James Kent