A pleasant, odd couple buddy flick gets better as it goes, but by the time it really gets going, it's over.
Boring and ugly, the latest take on Arthurian legend is a chore to watch from start to finish.
Viewers tolerant of inconclusive endings may enjoy the performances here but others may find this offering indigestible.
A thoroughly entertaining thrill-ride that just might be the best thing in the universe right now.
This film of a disenchanted married couple is a marriage of its own between Drama and Cringe Comedy, and it works.
Liev Schreiber stars as Chuck Wepner, the Bayonne Bleeder, who inspired Sly Stallone to make another little movie about a boxer.
A curiously flat movie about our tech-obsessed world.
New thriller is slick and entertaining but doesn't live up to its name.
The latest episode in Universal's longest running film franchise is more of the same, and that ain't bad at all.
A strong cast plus a solid story adds up to an engaging family dramedy about a child math prodigy and her protective uncle.