The detective drama starring Michael Fassbender is plagued by awkward pauses, sloppy editing and the cruel casting of Val Kilmer.
His team endeavored to work some substance into the comedy, to balance a “Ferris Bueller” spoof with observations on public schools and crime.
The Joffrey’s production of the classic ballet is pure enchantment.
ROEPER: Frank Grillo spends most of his time behind the wheel in one of the most gripping and entertaining action mysteries of the year.
The rapper made history at this year’s Grammys when “Coloring Book” became the first streamed-only album to win best rap album.
The $50 per person event will be held at an Albuquerque brewery and is part of a broader effort by actress Anne Heche to raise money for the island.
The homeowner also installed a Stormtrooper mannequin in front and outfitted the replica’s cockpit with red LED lights.
Handler says new episodes of “Chelsea” will stream each week until the end of the year.
Weinstein’s now-revoked BFI Fellowship was awarded in 2002 for his contribution to British cinema.
“Amarillo” is a scorching commentary that moves far beyond any of the political cant that attaches itself to this subject.
The opening comes less than three weeks since the inauguration of a museum dedicated to the fashion pioneer in his home city of Paris.
ROEPER: Jagged twists interrupt the whimsy of Winnie-the-Pooh origin story.
“You all know what I have been dealing with, and I can’t thank you enough for supporting me,” Kesha told her fans at the Aragon Wednesday night.