Has the emotional and visual heft to lift it into the pantheon of long-running Imax earners.
This witless medieval stoner comedy feels like something hatched during a cannabis-clouded slumber party.
An innocuous, young-skewing comedy in which a magic CG rabbit set to inherit the family candy-delivery business decides he'd rather take a shot at rock 'n' roll stardom.
Offers a smallscreen-style approach to the flipside of wild-animal orphan rescue, focusing on America's "exotic pet" craze.
"Dragons" may not be perfect, but it demonstrates an increasingly rare sense of scope and pageantry best served by the bigscreen.
A crass women's penitentiary picture reconceived for today's manga- and vidgame-savvy crowd.
Endearing underdog hero Greg Heffley returns for another year of middle-school humiliation in "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules."
Festivals evolve. That's a fact I've realized watching South by Southwest grow up over the course of nearly a dozen years.
A brain-dead update of a classic tale whose feeble understanding of its own point runs only skin-deep.
Gore Verbinski's astonishingly adult-skewing animated debut is a comedic riff on the Wild West formula.
Intriguingly non-standard docu "Bombay Beach" captures the fading California community's white-trash denizens with a fresh eye and deeper sensitivity than most who have come before.