There’s a thin line between a heartwarming holiday movie and a heartrendingly bad Christmas film. TIME’s Richard Corliss sets his sights on the latter.
The soft openings for two top franchises bring more bad news to Hollywood: now the industry can’t even bank on retreads
With Pixar’s Brad Bird at the helm of this bustling live-action feature, the aging Tom Terrific tries to restore the covenant between a star and his fans
They love George Clooney, Ryan Gosling and of course Brangelina. They’re so over Spielberg. And they didn’t care at all for The Tree of Life.
This morning, when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globe award …
Guy Ritchie sends Robert Downey, Jr., and Jude Law on another chase-filled case; but this sequel is no equal to the savory 2009 original
“We’re all decent people, all four of us.” Michael Longstreet (John C. Reilly) says to his wife and their two new friends in Roman Polanski’s Carnage. At that moment, viewers know they’re being fed an unintended-irony pill. It …
Revelers stay home as the box office slumps to its worst weekend in three years
A critic comes clean about his Declaration of Principles… he means Prejudices… he means Pleasures. Which must explain why Fast Five is on the list.
The singer-director opens her heart to that material girl of the ’30s, Wallis Simpson, in a mix-tape of history and fantasy that not many fans will cherish
Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman, the writer and director of Juno, respectively, reteam for the wayward tale of a prom queen who never grew up
Bella and Edward squeezed another win out of a depleted audience, while The Artist, The Descendants and Shame launched their Oscar drives
This robust study of a war lover, his blood-lusting mom and a nation in political turmoil has a bonus: words by Shakespeare
America’s most venerable movie group also cites The Descendants, Dragon Tattoo, Harry Potter and virtually every other film but Your Highness