Twenty years after pacifist-turned-vigilante Paul Kersey blasted his way through the first Death Wish melodrama, Death Wish V finds both the character and the franchise looking mighty tired. Bronson…
On the heels of the international success of The Wed ding Banquet, Ang Lee has directed the ambitious and entertaining Eat Drink Man Woman. Again his focus is the family.
The premise of Milk Money could curdle in your stomach, and the execution of the idea is just plain rancid. With a tip of the hat to the performers, this is a misguided comedy with Hall of Shame…
The franchise is still kicking - but not very high - in The Next Karate Kid, in which a troubled teenage girl is transformed from bratty rebel into confident martial artist.
A family drama set across 30 years of modern Chinese history, Zhang Yimou's To Live is a well-crafted but in no way earth-shaking entry in the helmer's oeuvre, topped by finely judged perfs by Gong…
Princess Caraboo is an airy bit of historical fluff. Based on a true story, the romantic comedy about a Pacific island princess in 1817 England who may not be for real could be considered Merchant…
Both annoying and vibrant, casually plotted and deeply personal, Spike Lee's Crooklyn ends up being as compelling as it is messy. Fictionalized look at the filmmaker's family life during the early…
There's more old-fashioned blarney on show in Widows' Peak than at a shamrock-growers' convention. One-two-three teaming of Mia Farrow, Joan Plowright and Natasha Richardson manages to keep the…
The wild, impressionistic view with which writer Dennis Potter assails the so-called age of reason in Mesmer seems barely containable on the bigscreen. And if it were not for the grounded, eccentric…
At one point in The New Age, the terminally stylish post-yuppie couple played by Peter Weller and Judy Davis put on their fanciest threads in order to commit double suicide, but can't go through with…
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Lucy1Daily:$5.4M Cumulative:$54.3M Universal Pictures 9.55%
Hercules2Daily:$3.8M Cumulative:$36.9M Paramount Pictures 13.27%
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$177.2M Fox 13.35%