This well-cast but seldom funny satire reps a missed opportunity.
The Oscars could learn a thing or two from the shorter, punchier Golden Trailer Awards, which relocated yet again this year to BevHill's Saban Theater, a classy venue for a show marked by dirty jokes…
For years, most moviegoers didn't know the difference between green-band trailers (featuring content approved by the Motion Picture Assn. of America for "appropriate audiences") and their…
Lake Bell has lost her voice. The actress calls from New York with laryngitis, which is kind of ironic considering she plays the daughter of a famous trailer narrator who aspires to become that…
Matt Wolf's mesmerizing, scrapbook-style docu conveys how the world developed the idea of the teenager.
The large-scale destructiveness he has previously wreaked upon public and private property (including entire cities), Michael Bay visits on the human body in "Pain & Gain," a pulverizing steroidal…
This remake of a French farce awkwardly blends feel-good pablum and raunchy sex jokes.
Lance Edmands' fragile, arthouse-bound debut is a mournful throwback to more poetically inclined times.
Some movies demand more than one opinion. In the new 3-View column, our trio of top critics take on divisive pics from conflicting angles.
Roger Ebert is the reason I'm a film critic. In college, just as I was beginning to review films for the school paper, I wrote my idol. His response was encouraging, the start of a conversation that…
Aladdin had his magic lamp. An American couple settles for a special kettle in "The Brass Teapot," a fresh riff on "be careful what you wish for" fables, in which things quickly get out of hand after…