Director-writer-star Heather Graham trades hilarious bawdy dialogue with her co-stars in an uneven but timely satire.
Though the movie overstays its welcome by just a scooch, there are more than enough laughs and clever surprises to warrant a recommendation,
The Oscar winner equals her “Black Swan” performance in a bold sci-fi horror thriller from the director of “Ex Machina.”
Chicago neighborhood is home base for the film’s two couples sharing raw truths.
The “Boogie Nights” star says in the midst of the #MeToo movement, “everyone is ready to deal with this subject matter, which is amazing.”
“It felt good,” Artie Lange says, to confront his personal struggles on TV alongside “Crashing” creator and star, former Chicago comic Pete Holmes.
Every acting category in the Academy Awards seems locked up, which is good news for Frances McDormand, Gary Oldman, Allison Janney and Sam Rockwell.
The actor’s latest B-movie success is a compelling and offbeat little thriller full of menacing characters.
There are some beautiful, heartbreaking moments in the smart, funny story of three Chicago couples putting their relationships in perspective.
Even people outside superhero fan base will love this adventure full of smart storytelling and supporting characters who deserve movies of their own.
Long before “Room,” the talented actress played a scientist sent to India to promote rice and sing peculiar lyrics.
A cheesy murder mystery closes out the vapid and lurid big-screen adventures of Anastasia and Christian.
The most memorable stories of all will emerge organically from the Games. And those are the stories that often inspire full-length movies.
They’re heroes for stopping a train gunman, but when it comes to acting in a slow-paced terrorism thriller, they’re clearly still amateurs.
The reliable character actor does a fine job of carrying a traditional Western that shows the Montana frontier to glorious effect.