Gracelessly mashes together hardboiled crime-meller cliches and an unintentionally funny "Oh no! I'm a chick now!!" gender-change narrative hook.
For Illumination Entertainment, "Sing" is a game-changer, underscoring why company founder Chris Meledandri is the hottest name in animation today
Like the heroine of a silent movie melodrama, or any number of Lars von Trier opuses, the title character in “Katie Says Goodbye” suffers more than her share of tragic events. But even if first-time…
A baroque mixture of real historical personages, fictive figures, multi-tiered flashbacks, and grisly criminal intrigue in 1880 London.
The scene opens on a ritzy New York dinner party, as a crowd of defense contractors toast to the lucrative new deals they're about to sign now that a recently-elected American president has declared…
Tran Anh Hung's first French-language feature is a procession of births and deaths in a family whose actual lives remain largely mysterious.
The overplayed coming-of-age genre gets an undercooked workout in a well-shot but hesitant debut that leaves its most promising ideas unexplored.
Charlie Siskel confronts radical author William Powell on the impact of his controversial 'Anarchist Cookbook' in this one-note harangue.
This assured suspense drama sports little of the blackly comedic streak usually associated with its maker.
Though visually stunningy, J.A. Bayona's gothic fable about an angry boy and the massive tree monster who comes to his rescue is all bark and no bite.
Everybody loves a group hug. Next to the freeze-frame of Angela Lansbury grinning after she's solved another "Murder, She Wrote" case, it's pretty much the most satisfying ending anyone can hope for…