Everyone's favorite pot smoking, beer drinking, foul-mouthed teddy bear is back, and he's got a major case of the sequels.
A Swedish film with no real story, no characters to identify with, and nothing pretty to look at, somehow is indelible.
There's something too adorable about this movie, down to the title, which never taps into anything all that real.
"Dope" has a great energy to it but is familiar and haphazardly stitched together.
A movie that you'll want to befriend, embrace, weep on and slap for playing you like such a fool.
"Inside Out" continues Pixar's tradition of inventive, unique storytelling.
Two young couples learn about each other and themselves in one very eventful evening.
Seven siblings are confined to their Manhattan apartment for years. Crystal Moselle's documentary has fascinating aspects but there is too much that goes unexplored.
Spoiler alert: 22 years later, dinosaurs and humans still don’t mix.
With a creative spin, powerful lead performances and a killer soundtrack, there’s plenty to love about "Love & Mercy."