The makers of Robin Williams-Joel McHale starrer "A Merry Friggin' Christmas" sprung for the fancy wrapping but skimped on the gift inside.
Fifteen years after "The Blair Witch Project," co-director Eduardo Sanchez makes a lackluster return to found footage horror with Bigfoot thriller "Exists."
A serious-minded two-hour documentary consisting of wall-to-wall talking heads isn't the typical definition of stoner cinema.
The visuals outshine the story in "The Book of Life," a lively animated tale mixing age-old myths with today's toon tropes.
Billed as an erotic thriller but playing more like a R-rated daytime soap, "Addicted" marks a rare but dramatically neutered opportunity to explore a black woman's sexuality onscreen.
The latest edition of FX's horror anthology series is a return to the darkly shaded period melodrama of "Asylum," rather than the campier and largely contemporary "Coven."
"The Hero of Color City" cheerfully exhorts imagination, creativity and bravery in children while demonstrating none of those virtues itself.
The growing desire for a credible female superhero movie won't be satiated by "The Scribbler," a confused and confusing adaptation of Brit comicbook creator Dan Schaffer's slender 2006 graphic novel.
Blissfully swimming against the hyperactive kidpic tide, "Dolphin Tale 2" gently peddles inspirational life lessons while respecting both its characters and its audience.
A bottom-feeding slice of tacky TV movie exploitation that transforms a true Hollywood tragedy into tedious trash.