"The House Bunny" is a blissfully broad comedy that should catapult Anna Faris into a singular kind of stardom -- she's funny, she's sexy, and her movie distinguishes itself grandly from a mostly…
Rule 2 of the supernatural thriller is having a title people can pronounce. Rule 1 is having some thrills.
Pic's sense of humor is more antique than its 1969 setting.
It might be a comedy about a literary fraud, and underscored by the notoriously proclivities of the publishing world, but "Who Is KK Downey?" is the real thing.
With very little sex and very little city, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" still seems a good bet to grab a sizable chunk of the underserved chick-flick demographic, boosted by its young…
Seesawing from the gleefully stupid to the desperately stupid, "Step Brothers" is an indicator that the Judd Apatow juggernaut -- which often includes star Will Ferrell and helmer Adam McKay…
If the concept of the midnight movie weren't moldering in its grave, "Repo! The Genetic Opera" would be cutting-edge fare for the latenight crowd; one can almost hear the aud's partisan cheering for…
The smell of oil paint, beer, turpentine and fear wafts out of "The Art of Failure: Chuck Connelly Not for Sale," which is less a biodoc than a fractured portrait of the once-prominent New Yorker…
Curmudgeonly, cantankerous, cigar-chomping Hellboy is a cross between a '40s noir detective and a burning fireplace, but he's also cool enough to make "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" the hipster's hit…
With a principal cast of only three, the new 3-D "Journey to the Center of the Earth" probably has the highest screams-per-capita ratio in the history of action-adventure pics, and a better…