Two gals make a murderous mess of a bad situation in Mortal Thoughts. Played straight and for sympathy, tale of dark retaliation goes astray early on, despite the promise created at the outset by…
Spalding Gray struts his anecdotal stuff once again in Monster in a Box, a frisky follow-up to Swimming to Cambodia and film rendition of his 1990 stage hit.
Mobsters resembles a cart-before-the-horse case of putting marketing ahead of filmmaking, as the seemingly can't-miss premise of teen-heartthrob gangsters gets lost in self-important direction, a…
Glenn Close hits the high notes as a cool diva in Meeting Venus, but romantic comedy set in a strife-torn Paris opera house is knocked on the head by a central love story that's dumb and uninvolving.
In his weird 1988 debut Heathers, Lehmann gave a bizarre twist to the usual portrayal of US teen life. In this pic he takes an even more extreme approach to sending up American family life. In a bid…
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles1Daily:$7.6M Cumulative:$79.8M Paramount Pictures 13.49%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$6.6M Cumulative:$188.5M Disney 23.68%
Into the Storm
Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
Final installment of Gabriele Salvatores' road pic trilogy, Med iterraneo follows Marrakech Express and Turne in its exploration of the dreams and disappointments and eventual escape of the…
Boasting excellent production values, McBain is a silly action film that has the elements of an A-grade picture but fails to create an engrossing or believable narrative. Pic becomes a spoof of…
It took four writers to struggle with another idea of why a mannequin would come to life in a department store and what would happen if she did. Their solution: the dummy (Kristy Swanson) is actually…
Hanif Kureishi's London Kills Me, a flabby slice of London street life among pushers and hustlers, drags itself across the screen for 107 minutes and collapses in a dramatic mess on the sidewalk…
Jodie Foster makes an appealing, if modest, directorial debut with Little Man Tate. Scott Frank (Dead Again) penned this nicely observed tale of a year in the life of a seven-year-old genius.