Enjoyable documentary rounds up the anecdotes of fans’ random encounters with the “Ghostbusters” star.
Every minute spent with the movie’s unbearable, immature heroine is one too many.
The main characters make enough idiotic decisions to earn this dinosaur adventure a place in the Awful Sequel Hall of Fame.
Kevin Costner plays the ruthless widower in charge of a sprawling Montana ranch in a melodrama from the filmmaker behind “Sicario” and “Wind River.”
It appears the tawdry, depressing series, once a lightning rod in Chicago, is finally, mercifully coming to an end.
Harold Ramis was the man behind ‘Ghostbusters’ and ‘Groundhog Day.’ But, in memoir, Violet Ramis Stiel recalls him mostly as Dad.
Though the blaxploitation remake keeps things moving with a bloody, twisty plot, it pigeonholes people and glorifies drug trade along the way.
The Pixar sequel looks and sounds great as Elastigirl raises her profile and husband Mr. Incredible stays home with the kids.
“All those little things help,” says John Travolta, who fought to play the ruthless gangster known as “The Teflon Don.”
Mediocre police shoot-’em-up desperately needs more ferocious emoting from the prolific overactor.
Give the sci-fi thriller credit for attempting something original: a secret hospital that takes in only criminals.
Toni Collette deserves award consideration for her powerful work as an obsessed woman with a strange daughter and a dead mother who won’t let go.
The obstacles are minor and the villain week in caper comedy led by Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett.