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A smart and sharp comedy with a streak of insightful social commentary, “Maggie’s Plan” is about the conflicting choices young women face these days.
A generic jumble of fart jokes and zippy pratfalls, "The Angry Birds Movie" is just sheer brute lazy moviemaking.
Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg's "Book of Mormon" moment — a marvelously animated, ecumenically equal-opportunity offender with hope, heart, humor, heroism & heft.
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The reuniting of Steven Spielberg and Melissa Mathison is a return to the childlike wonderment of "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial."
The incomparable Greta Gerwig shines in this funny, nuanced look at the choices and expectations Millennial women face.
Movies fail for all kinds of reasons. The one I can't abide is sheer, brute laziness.
Amy Schumer's a brilliant sketch comedy writer. But her attempt at feature-length screenwriting is hit-and-miss.
Pixar has got its mojo back with this fun, colorful movie that offers a little into how each of us might tick.
From what was an uncannily great year for movies, Nick picks his 25 favorites of 2014.
Despite some stellar performances from the two leads, "The Skeleton Twins" never really feels complete.
Aubrey Plaza has potential as a comedic lead actress. But "The To-Do List" feels like a stumble.
Not the slickest production ever, but "Cinema Six" takes the audience inside the wonderfully untidy world of movie-theater exhibition.
This week, Austin goes up against a bunch of films he didn't understand, including a 1950s romantic comedy, an insane French thriller and "Hot Rod."