Benson Lee's dance pic is so fatally frontloaded with endless training montages, awfully written, indifferently acted drama, sports-film platitudes and jaw-dropping product placements that only the…
It's an ultra-graphic twist on the usual man-to-wolf metamorphosis that makes many previous dramatizations lean a little too liberally on quick cuts, smoke and magically appearing hair and fangs.
A numbingly inane if cheerfully up-to-the-minute new entry in Dimension's never-say-die spoof franchise.
An impressively pulpy underworld-plunger that embellishes on a 1949 showdown between a dedicated team of LAPD officers and Mob-connected Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) for control of the city.
Laughter, disbelief and a sort of horrified exhilaration are all perfectly sane reactions to this doozy of a finale to "The Twilight Saga."
At 149 minutes, Deepa Mehta's sprawling, hyper-saturated adaptation of the epic Salman Rushdie classic "Midnight's Children" feels like too much to take in all at once.
"Premium Rush" deftly straddles the line between stupid and clever for the entirety of its brisk running time.
A look at the work of Robert Legato, Thilo Kutcher and Andrew Orloff. . .
Adam Sandler's raunchiest star vehicle in years is a work of relentless vulgarity and staggering moral idiocy. All in all, it could have been worse.
Few titles are more elegantly self-explanatory than "Piranha 3DD": It's got killer fish, stereoscopy and boobs aplenty.
With fewer than 200 employees, vfx house Zoic Studios is not a particularly large company, but you wouldn't know it by its TV credits.