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.
Director Zach Braff's frothy caper comedy doesn't lay out any acting challenges but it's still a fun showcase for three of Hollywood's venerable vets.
"Ghost in the Shell" is a movie of dazzling visuals and dreary plot.
Director Niki Caro's portrayal of this true-life World War II survival story is a fine salute to a courageous couple.
Inevitable comparisons to "Alien" aside, "Life" entertains with strong visuals and plenty of tense moments.
This franchise reboot is a typical origin story but the young cast exudes enough charm to make it mildly enjoyable.
Emma Watson leads a strong cast with her spot-on performance as Belle but plodding pacing plagues "Beauty and the Beast."
François Ozon's latest isn't his best work, but it's easily good enough for you to invest some cash and time.