Just in time for Thanksgiving, this is a turducken of a blockbuster that you can pass on.
"Creed" enlivens and expands the franchise with cross-generational and cross-racial appeal, which makes it easy to root for.
The visuals pop and there is enough emotion infused in this minor Pixar effort to make it worth a trip to the movies.
This stoner-Christmas comedy offers big laughs.
The drug cartels of Mexico have not even been slowed by America's so-called war on drugs. Somehow this very exciting topic could use a jolt of excitement.
Tom Hardy masterfully portrays infamous London gangster twins Reggie and Ronnie Kray.
As you might expect, the result of making two movies out of one book is a bloated, drawn-out finale.
An important story told in a very underwhelming way.
Those expecting a sequel to "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" will be surprised to find themselves watching a French arthouse film.
Sons of two high-ranking Nazi officials have quite different views of their fathers.