As likable as the guys are in the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, there are simply too dead spots and cheap jokes to carry a full-length movie.
Her latest wisecracking underdog gets a jolt of self-confidence when a blow to her head convinces her that she’s supermodel-level beautiful.
Neither shocking nor gruesome, it just mopes along, never making you care much about the friendships or the bodies left behind.
He plays a hitman hired to rescue a senator’s daughter from sex traffickers in this feverish and gripping and disturbing drama.
Chicago gets leveled again, this time by supersized critters right off the CGI assembly line.
Charlie Plummer brilliantly plays a teen who gets a chance to give an animal the care he never received.
In a tense but old-fashioned spy thriller, the “Mad Men” star plays a washed-up negotiator entrusted to rescue his friend from kidnappers.
Insightful HBO documentary puts together the big picture on the 7-foot-4 wrestler, actor and aggressive drinker.
Stylishly executed neo-noir mystery trudges along aimlessly to a silly and maddening end.
The cast, let by Imelda Staunton and Celia Imrie, is so good at pushing past the clichés that they make something out of a script free of surprises.
In unsettling HBO film, the great actor captures the complexities of Penn State’s coach, revered and then ousted.
The inspirational movie is about the high school team recovering from the death of its star player earns its sobs, and certainly works hard for them.
It’s hard to laugh at parents’ shameful behavior toward the children they don’t trust.
The slightest noise brings out slimy, deadly monsters in the movie directed by John Krasinski and co-starring him and wife Emily Blunt.