RICHARD ROEPER: “Dead Men Tell No Tales” is one of the better entries in the sometimes overblown and sometimes meandering Disney franchise.
RICHARD ROEPER: Some 41 years after John Travolta played “The Boy in the Plastic Bubble,” here comes “The Girl in the Bubble-Brained Movie.”
RICHARD ROEPER: C’est dommage to see captivating Diane Lane stuck playing a character we like less at the end of the movie than we did at the outset.
“Obit” profiles N.Y. Times reporters who specialize in the recently deceased. You might think it’s depressing and sobering, but it’s anything but.
RICHARD ROEPER: It’s the third-best “Alien” movie, with James Cameron’s “Aliens” as the standard-bearer, and the 1979 original close behind.
Liev Schreiber is outstanding as rough-edged, charismatic Chuck Wepner, the “Bayonne Bleeder” who redeemed himself in the ring opposite Muhammad Ali.
RICHARD ROEPER: A verbal chess game over the radio is occasionally punctuated by piercing bullets, gushing wounds and screams of anguish.