A deliberately discomfiting portrait of how the line between victim and victimizer can easily blur.
This sensitive drama tries to add too much to its story, resulting in a depressed, though still positive, value of its cinematic experience.
Rather a mess, but an exhilarating one, the latest iteration of the Peter Pan legend captures the quintessence of childlike wonder.
As the long-running animated show stumbles through its last years, it still manages to land plenty of satirical punches.
Matt Damon's plight gets audiences excited for a $55 million take; "Sicario" opens wide with strong results.
On this week's show Chris reviews "The Martian," "Sleeping with Other People," "The Walk," "Sicario" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" on video.
Good movies misdirect us; less accomplished ones misdirect themselves. Such is the case with "Sicario."
"The Martian" turns the familiar tropes of the space-disaster genre on its head in a film that's exhilarating, joyous — and surprisingly funny.
Writer/director Leslye Headland follows up the success of "Bachelorette" with "Sleeping With Other People," a smart and sensitive take on the modern romcom.
One of the smartest and most ambitious romantic films in a while, "Sleeping with Other People" laughs at the tragedy of love.
The biggest problem with the horribly dated "Women in Love" is that it pushes the female characters off to the side.
"Hotel Transylvania 2" sucked up most of the new box office this weekend with a haul of $47 million.
No, it wasn't quite the same thrill ride as the first movie — but how could it be? The "Avengers" sequel is still a CGI-enhanced corker.
This week's show includes reviews of "Hotel Transylvania 2," "The Intern," "The New Girlfriend," "Pawn Sacrifice," "Stonewall" and "Green Inferno" plus "Love & Mercy" on video.