A ludicrous, borderline-nonsensical supernatural concoction with a slightly redeeming sense of its own silliness.
Even companies that churn out hits use pre-sales to minimize the downside.
Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
Director David Wnendt and breakout star Carla Juri leave no bodily orifice unexplored in this spiky, smartly packaged commercial enterprise.
Delicate and poetic, but full of offbeat humor, this coming-of-ager is Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's most accessible work to date.
Admirers of Hong Sang-soo's wry worldview will find much to enjoy in his appealing 15th feature.
Marred by a weak lead, Thomas Imbach's biopic never gets inside its protagonist's head.
A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
Call it the battle of the veterans: All six of this category's nominees have been here before.
Real people take center stage in this year's lead miniseries-movie actor category. Four of the five roles played by the nominees are based on Phil Spector, Alfred Hitchcock, Liberace and his lover…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$11.5M Cumulative:$45.0M Warner Brothers -28.56%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$9.8M Cumulative:$32.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -31.73%
Non-Stop3Daily:$4.0M Cumulative:$52.6M Universal Pictures -43.54%