The Class of ’99 reconvenes to prove that turning 30 means embracing your inner teen idiot
James Cameron’s blockbuster epic returns to theaters in 3D. Does this romantic drama still soar? Or is it, as one crabby critic wrote long ago, dead in the water?
The teen-archer megahit vanquishes Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror — but it faces more challenges before it becomes an all-time worldwide blockbuster
Julia Roberts is the wicked Queen in this lovely-to-look-at, hard-to-sit-through revision of the Grimm fairy tale
The Olympian family feud continues, in a sequel of giant monsters and modest pleasures
Lee Hirsch’s documentary pries open a world of child abuse by other children: taunts and threats that can drive a victim to suicide. The movie received an R rating, but if kids want to see a life-changing film, they should sneak in.
“You really want to know how to stay alive?” Haymitch Abernathy tells Katniss Everdeen, the heroine of The Hunger Games. “Get people to like you.” Well, Katniss not only survived, she thrived. The movie based on Suzanne …
Rachel Weisz is superb as a willful woman torn between love and propriety in a brilliant rethinking of the Terence Rattigan play.
The movie version of Suzanne Collins’ best-seller misses the book’s ferocity, but who cares? Fans will flock by the millions to the biggest franchise since Twilight.
The parody update of the 1980s cop show muscles its way to a $35 million weekend, certifying the odd-couple star quality of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play undercover cops in this smart spoof of both the old TV show and every high-school movie ever
Seuss slams Disney, as the $250 million space epic limps into second place
From the director of Finding Nemo and WALL·E comes an ambitious, wayward version of a century-old story that plays like a pallid remake of Avatar