ROEPER: Taran Killam directs and stars in an energetic, reasonably amusing, hit-and-miss action comedy.
Emotion sometimes lacking in a powerfully cast touring production of the stage classic.
Though it could use a little more grit, the story of the academic (Luke Evans) who created the superhero is undeniably compelling.
If the narrative is paint-by-numbers, the gorgeous visuals alone make “Loving Vincent” worth the price of admission.
A sorority girl keeps waking up on the day of her murder in a movie that rises above horror.
He plays the sad-sack son of an insufferable boor (Dustin Hoffman) in a family we enjoy, even as we praise the heavens we’re not like them.
As the young Thurgood Marshall, Chadwick Boseman delivers perhaps his finest work to date — even when the material falters a bit.
The creatively violent and gruesomely entertaining grindhouse movie has the look and feel of a particularly well-made drive-in flick from the 1970s.
ROEPER: It’s a small world after all for poor millennials and their neglected kids living close to Disney World but so far away.
If you like your horror unhinged, you won’t be disappointed.
ROEPER: The insightful, entertaining and sprawling HBO film profiles the boy genius who is now 70 but has never lost his childlike sense of wonder.
Meandering drama lets the late, great character actor be himself.
It’s all joyous silliness, packed with clean humor and pony puns.
ROEPER: Liam Neeson gives a tightly controlled and quietly effective performance as the early ’70s FBI honcho.