As the political rhetoric hits a fever pitch, this breezy tale about our current first couple's first date ("it's not a date!") is a pleasant way to close out the Summer movie season.
Laika studios and director Travis Knight may have given us the best animated full-length film of the year.
"Sausage Party" is the R-rated animated comedy that relishes in its crude humor but actually tries to be something deeper. It's clever but uneven.
Jeff Bridges shines yet again as a grizzled lawman on the tracks of two bank robbing brothers.
One woman controls another young woman's life for no discernible reason.
Fun in bursts, with a cast that's up to the challenge, "Suicide Squad" still feels like a bit of a letdown.
Missing some of the verve of the original trilogy, the latest Bourne film does show us that director Paul Greengrass and star Matt Damon still know how to bring the action.
A brutal bank robbery in the old West leads to a farmer's family being tortured, and that's where things start to get a bit strange.
"Bad Moms" features several big laughs but rides primarily on the charm and camaraderie of its three female stars.
The latest entry in the rebooted Trek franchise is a soft success, but a success nonetheless.