There's nothing "truly outrageous" about Jon M. Chu's pedestrian cartoon adaptation.
"The dead are alive" are the very first words printed onscreen in "Spectre," the 24th and far-from-last James Bond adventure.
A moody-foodie therapy session that follows an increasingly tidy narrative recipe as it sets this one-man kitchen nightmare on a long road to redemption.
There will probably never be a good time to release a project as fundamentally misjudged and disjointed as "Rock the Kasbah."
There is much talk of dream worlds and celestial travel in "Light Years," an intimate, opalescent debut feature from British writer-director Esther May Campbell, yet it's supposedly everyday life…
The inspiring, enlightening, audience-friendly pic bursting with beautiful music has been making the festival rounds for more than a year and should profitably segue into small-screen outlets and…
A collection of 10 macabre miniatures that are disposably diverting at best and execrable at worst, despite the participation of some familiar genre faces and directors.
"Eyelids" begins with an invocation of the monk Bodhidarma, who cut off his eyelids to stop himself from dozing off during meditation. Audiences may want to do the same as they sit through this…
One of the trickier tasks Vin Diesel's eponymous hero faces in "The Last Witch Hunter" is tracking a villain by his signature scent of "moldering crabapples" — a distinctive enough fragrance in its…
Given the dramatic potential of its nondenominational plot elements — high-school football, racial tensions in the 1970s Deep South, an appearance by a secular saint of college sports legend…
Great films about ballet, from "The Red Shoes" to the recent doc "Ballet 422," have always staged an elegant choreography between form and content, but Nelson George's documentary about Misty…