Is two-thirds of a decent Sin City sequel enough? After nine years of waiting, almost.
This is a horribly unfunny comedy by someone celebrated for reinventing the TV drama.
Good Sam juxtaposes the reality its characters live in with a sort of Shirley Temple optimism.
Frank is an enjoyable, offbeat comedy about the least approachable band ever, the Soronprfbs, and how their newest member aspires to make them more likeable.
Four of the Apocalypse's stereotypical and almost satirical character depictions and its pilgrimage structured plot-line chronicles a voyage to redemption.
They're the reason to cheer or the inspiration for a jeer—and nobody does them better than Disney.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are reinvesting the so-called buddy comedy with the concept that, sometimes, friendship is not enough.
Was online "availability" and a anti-hard "R" stance the real reasons this third film in the action franchise failed?
If Cook and Burgess are setting us up for a continuing series of mutant monster superhero takedowns, this movie is a decent start.
What The Expendables 3 lacks is the kind of exuberant pizzazz which made these particular performers ripe for rediscovery in the first place.