Posts Tagged ‘Allison Janney’
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence saves this spy spoof, which has several gut-busting laughs along with long stretches of dullness.
I went to see a dumb teen comedy and found a smart and sassy rumination on modern high school sociology. Mae Whitman recalls a young Winona Ryder.
The James Brown story does everything most other musician biopics do, but none of them does it better than "Get On Up."
Some movies seem dark, but for the most part they’re pretenders. “Bad Words” is not one of them, barreling into offensive territory and daring you not to laugh.
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence nearly carries "Tammy," but this raunchy comedy needed a few more spins through the screenplay wash cycle.
This pitch-black comedy directed by and starring Jason Bateman is a masterpiece of discomfort.
A moving and surprisingly funny portrait of Southern womanhood in all its gritty glory and brittle pettiness.
Victoria and Austin can't stop agreeing about how this holds up as one of the Pixar classics.
A serious, touching film in the mold of weepy chick flicks, but with more brains and gumptions than we're used to.
"Away We Go" — a film about imperfections in friendship, love and parenthood — is the latest in Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.