The title may imply heightened scope and stakes, but only the premise is out of order in "The Purge: Anarchy," a swiftly delivered, surprise-free sequel to 2013's economical sleeper hit.
be more embarrassed: the husband and wife who accidentally release a homemade porn video in "Sex Tape," or the studio that's willfully distributing "Sex Tape"?
A well-meaning personal project that never rises above the level of amiable mediocrity.
It's always darkest before the dawn, goes the saying — but in resuming a franchise already suspended on a downbeat note, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" sees the simian revolution reaching…
It's not just that the Autobots look more distinctive and easier to tell apart than ever in "Transformers: Age of Extinction" — as Optimus Prime never tires of reminding us, these robots have actual…
Though based on a smash-hit jukebox tuner that won four Tonys, Clint Eastwood's adaptation of "Jersey Boys" can't properly be described as a full-on musical.
Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have followed up their sly franchise reboot with an inevitable sequel that is, at least in part, a sly, self-referencing commentary on the inevitability of…
The saddles don't blaze in "A Million Ways to Die in the West," and the pacing is limper than a three-legged horse.
Now almost midway through the year, 2014 seems unlikely to produce many more visually arresting, brilliantly designed, stoned-college-kid-friendly pieces of eye candy than Disney's "Maleficent." As…
Bryan Singer returns to blockbuster form with this strikingly ambitious continuation of the "X-Men" saga.
Someone should tell Warner Bros. when they've got a presence as big as Godzilla, they don't need movie stars, because, frankly, who remembers the characters in a rampaging-kaiju movie anyway?