A top notch Kirsten Dunst leads the pack of bridesmaids behaving badly in this gleeful but uneven female take on ‘The Hangover’
Houston plays mother to a trio of Supremes-style girl singers, including American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, in this lively remake of a 1970s favorite
In their live action follow-up to the animated classic Persepolis, co-directors Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud create magic from the death of a heartbroken violinist
Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton play a couple who become “parents” when a magical boy crawls out of their garden. Sounds like horror? Just a saccharine sweet family movie
Julie Delpy’s sequel to her 2007 film lands with a thud, mostly because Chris Rock can’t act. At least we’ll always have 2 Days in Paris
But the jokes get thin as the movie goes on, especially the ones about the effeminate Republican challenging Ferrell’s John Edwards-like character
It’s like ‘Couple’s Retreat’, but without the obvious yuck-yucks or smarminess. And it’s good!
Jones writes herself a part as a career woman who doesn’t value her sweet but aimless husband
“I’m not manic, I’m not a pixie and I’m not a dream girl.”
A riches-to-rags documentary about the world’s least pitiable victims of the recession and their unfinished mega-mansion. Our schadenfreude cup runneth over.
The fourth in the popular series features Manny the wooly mammoth separated from his wife and child by plate tectonics. The earth did not move for this reviewer
Despite the pleasures of a haughty Sigourney Weaver and a menacing De Niro, Rodrigo Cortés’ paranormal-detective story simply stops making sense
In this grass-is-always-greener scenario, two brothers confront old jealousies while waging a fierce but fairly ridiculous competition