An unexpectedly serious investigation into spiritual malaise and religious fanaticism, The Rapture has difficulty walking the line between profundity and pretentiousness. Film nevertheless stands as…
Slacker is one of the freshest independent films to come along in some time, but because of non-narrative, non-characterization approach, film won't be to all tastes. Set in one day, the action…
This gridiron comedy piles up cliches the way Notre Dame racks up yardage, with an option-variety screenplay that promiscuously pitches the story in multiple directions. Essentially, this is a…
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
Jim Abrahams tries to tap the zany Airplane! vein with this Top Gun spoof but bats far too low a percentage with the usual rapid-fire assault of numbingly stupid gags. Pic bogs down in motion picture…
A murder mystery with a fine cast and wild and woolly story, Defenseless almost continuously wobbles across the line between the deliberately ambiguous and the irritatingly murky. Barbara Hershey…
Easy on the eyes and on the emotions, American Friends is a slim vignette about two Yank women who fall for a reserved Oxford don.
Switch is a faint-hearted sex comedy that doesn't have the courage of its initially provocative convictions. Undemanding audiences will get a few laughs from the notion of a man parading around in…
Chuck Norris goes to Canada in this dreary, unconvincing action vehicle. The Hitman is short on action and adopts a film noir visual style that masks its limited production values. Feature is a…
A taut, twisty urban suspenser powered by the spring-loaded performance of Denzel Washington in his first major action role, Ricochet has a nasty streak and a tendency toward implausible excess.
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…