Joe Johnston's earnest attempt to resurrect the WWII-era action figure plays like a by-the-numbers prequel for "The Avengers."
Sassy irreverence gives way to feeble romantic-comedy conventions in this Justin Timberlake-Mila Kunis starrer.
Like the shorter, best-parts version of other industry kudofests, the Golden Trailer Awards were mercifully brisk in honoring the year's top key-artists.
Inspired by the "vogueing" sensation featured in the 1990 documentary "Paris Is Burning," Sheldon Larry's "Leave It on the Floor" describes a different kind of coming out from most gay features…
Since mankind can't be relied upon to take care of the Earth, a group of computer-animated critters band together to fix things themselves in "Animals United."
It's the audience that is most likely to feel cheated by this far-too-mellow drama.
Tyros use hand-tooled techniques in innovative new ways.
J.J. Abram's modest Spielberg-era nostalgia trip invests a sweet, family-friendly drama with big-budget thrills.