This (fingers crossed) final installment of the stillborn franchise is as bleakly unfunny and tone-deaf as its predecessors. It succeeds in only one thing: making you want to get drunk enough to forget you saw it.
The tightly edited chase scenes are all there, but if you're expecting story in "Fast & Furious 6", you're in for a disappointment.
Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy return - this time in Greece - to show us that while romance changes over the years, that doesn't make it any less meaningful.
Linklater, Hawke, and Delpy are back with their third installment that follows a couple through the years. The first two must have been a lot better if they made it to part three.
Michael Shannon inhabits the soul of a serial-killer turned hit-man in Ariel Vromen's fictionalized account of one of America's most infamous killers.
Melissa Leo gives her usual stellar performance in a small-town tale that does not match up to her proficient skills.
This ill-named sequel plays more like a transitional story than its own film.
Baz Luhrmann's delicious visuals struggle to enliven a fairly standard retelling of the Fitzgerald classic.
Jason Oder's examination of a famous police incident in Philadelphia in 1985 is told with a tense ferocity.
The third time's a charmer for this Marvel franchise, thanks to a clever script and, of course, its inimitable star.