Sending the kids off to spend the weekend with the Grandparents will never seem quite the same again after seeing “The Visit”.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte take a delightfully funny “Walk in the Woods,” and Nolte just might walk off with an Oscar nomination.
What’s going on? In this day and age, sparkling, sophisticated comedies with slightly screwball characters are supposed to be out of style.
I’m hoping Jason Statham reconsiders and returns to star as the charismatic driver in the “Transporter” action movies.
Let me assure you, it’s only with the most tender loving and sensitive care that the very explicit “Diary of a Teenage Girl” was brought to …
What could be better? Owen Wilson’s landed a new job overseas, all expenses paid. But his boss forgot to mention one thing.
I’m always suspicious of action adventures based on a video game. But “Hitman: Agent 47” is a guilty pleasure I rather enjoyed.
Just like with every Meryl Streep movie, Streep’s performance makes “Ricki and the Flash” an even better film.
“The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” should have had more sense than inviting comparisons with the latest “Mission Impossible.”
Woody Allen’s writing and directing have become too grouchy lately.
Whoever coined the phrase, “you may be through with the past, but the past isn’t through with you”, must have inspired the excellent psychol…
Some trips just aren’t worth leaving home. I’m referring to wasting gas and the price of admission just to see “Vacation”.
No mission is too impossible for the indestructible super spy adventure series that’s actually getting better with age.
They say you never forget your first love. Unforgettable is the only way to describe Cara Delevingne’s stunning performance as Margo in “Pap…
Zoe Saldana could write a book about life with her bipolar, manic depressive husband, Mark Ruffalo.
It’s just what we needed for a warm summer evening, a comic strip super hero with a sense of humor for a change.
It may come as a shock to learn that Sherlock Holmes may never have actually said, “elementary my dear Watson”.
The title “Train Wreck” for the hilarious sex comedy making a star out of Amy Schumer, refers to Schumer’s self-destructive love life.
A wise man once said Hollywood studios will always make money by under-estimating a teenager’s taste in horror films.
You’ll be happy to know the rich and powerful will soon be able to trade in their old bodies for new, improved models.