Growing up means drinking less (apparently).
A sort-of, but not exactly, rom-com with people you like, actors you adore, and a few jokes thrown in for good measure.
A rather adorable tale of a family trying the best they can but still screwing up pretty regularly.
What first appears to be a gimmick about living off Craiglist, turns out to be one of the most heartwarming and uplifting movies in ages.
An excruciating travelogue through a gorgeous country. Based on a book I'm sure is equally bad.
An emotionally gripping documentary about an important topic, though the past you bring will be what you take from the theater.
With so much money, talent, and depth of rich source material, one has to wonder why "Tintin" plays out like a cheap animated knock-off of Indiana Jones, without the character, style, or quality.
A slow, complex, gripping thriller with amazing performances and gorgeous muted visuals. You'll want to see it twice.
A reasonably successful movie about unreasonable amounts of failure.
"Dirty Girl" isn't the kind of movie that will likely win many awards or do tremendous box office money, but it's a warm, funny, adorable movie that above all is just fun.