Basing a movie on a Craigslist ad leaves a lot of room for embellishment.
It’s a solid summer time-passer as eager to please as an adorable dog wagging its tail.
At this rate, the next sequel might turn out to be a genuinely good movie.
Legend is superfluous, an unnecessary addition to the long line of Tarzan stories.
Swiss Army Manturns into a Michel Gondry-style whimsical musing on the meaning of life, punctuated by gross-out jokes.
The film was adapted from Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book.
Independence Day probably doesn’t deserve to be as beloved as it is, but Resurgence is unlikely to inspire anywhere near the same devotion.
It’s a fascinating piece of little-known Civil War lore that, for an hour or so, makes for a solid historical drama.
The Showtime dramedy comes from Almost Famous writer-director Cameron Crowe.
A worthy, progressive thesis, but subtext elevated to text makes for tedious viewing, even when it’s gorgeous as this.
For a few minutes, Three is as kinetic and exciting as any of director Johnnie To’s best-known work. ...
It's a sort of half-parody, although Franco and his collaborators have trouble balancing the humor with a level of seriousness.