Dwayne Johnson serious drama and falls flat. But it’s mostly his director’s fault.
Julianne Hough plays the girl on the run in a pallid knock-off of ‘Sleeping with the Enemy’
Don’t call this new movie—about a teenaged witch and the boy who loves her—the next Twilight. It’s much better.
Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy play victim and thief in a mean-spirited road-trip comedy
Roman Coppola’s nonsensical film—featuring Charlie Sheen as a playboy trying to get his girlfriend back—is visually stimulating. Don’t expect anything more.
Finally, a reprieve from January’s movie wasteland. You’ll never find zombies more charming
Pacino and Walken play old gangsters reunited for one last night together, with Alan Arkin playing the third musketeer. So why do these Stand Up Guys seem like they’d rather be sitting?
The Zero Dark Thirty star’s last stop before the Oscars is the horror genre. Now everyone really will know her name
Billy Crystal and Bette Midler as fun-loving grandparents? On paper that sounds good. On screen it’s painful.
Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay and Pauline Collins are up to their usual fine standard, but Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut about retirees putting on a show to help save their retirement home lacks bite
Because while our critic Mary Pols had fun writing about the worst films, she has more fun with movies she loves
The technical and emotional marvel from the Spanish filmmaking team of Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio G. Sanchez hits you like a tidal wave
Writer-director Judd Apatow’s meandering “sort-of” sequel to Knocked Up starts strong and funny but falls flat in its second hour