A passable, tolerable, not unbearable, totally inoffensive comedy that doubles the formula of Judith Viorst's beloved 1972 children's book.
"The Song" takes a familiar tale of love, marriage, betrayal and redemption, and delivers a largely satisfying rendition.
Career setbacks, marital woes, the bonds of family and the challenges of child rearing make for familiar but sturdy entertainment in "Adult Beginners."
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
Surgically precise, grimly funny and entirely mesmerizing over the course of its swift 149-minute running time, this taut yet expansive psychological thriller represents an exceptional pairing of…
The difficulty of being a woman in a man's world -- namely, the U.S. military -- is the clear theme of "Fort Bliss."
Two very fine actors do what they can to enliven a bland cross-cultural bonding exercise in "Learning to Drive."
Borderline personality disorder turns out to be more of a laughing matter than it probably should be in "Welcome to Me."
Four couples and their various kinky proclivities prove less intriguing than you might expect in "The Little Death," an alternately subversive and sitcomish writing-directing debut from Australian…
SCOTT FOUNDAS: As this year's Toronto Film Festival hits its midpoint, the headlines are that sales have been slow and that Oscar prognosticators are still looking for The One -- that mythical…
Rarely has Francois Ozon analyzed the cracks in his characters' bourgeois facades to such smooth and pleasurable effect as he does in "The New Girlfriend."