With "Piranha," the 32-year-old carnivorous fish franchise has lost none of its bite.
"Live forever!" The sentiment at the center of fantasy legend Ray Bradbury's semiautobiographical "Something Wicked This Way Comes" feels less far-fetched as the scribe turns 90 this month.
A nearly incoherent all-stars-on-deck actioner that plays like "Grown Ups" on nitro.
While most moviegoers make a run for the air-conditioning this time of year, the Rolling Roadshow gives them reason to stay outdoors.
Laughs ultimately take a backseat to a convoluted white-collar crime story in Adam McKay's bromance.
Guys who grew up playing with "Star Wars" action figures now have an entirely new world of toys to collect.
Tanem Davidson makes a case for cultural legitimacy in this wide-ranging but dry docu.
A mostly hollow, high-energy riff on the insecurities of young love.
"New Moon" brought new energy to San Diego Comic-Con in 2009, further broadening the appeal of the once-fanboy-centric showcase.
An uproarious odd-couple remake of Francis Veber's hit French farce "The Dinner Game."
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