Posts Tagged ‘family’
“Occupy, Texas” is a family drama with just enough bite to keep it from being too saccharine.
Despite the movie’s flaws, Portman’s sincerity and her and Tessler’s performances will remain with you after the credits roll.
A ride on the world's best kiddie coaster, "Goosebumps" delivers family-friendly thrills and coasts on Jack Black's star power.
By Bob Bloom Mark Ruffalo’s performance as a father and husband struggling with bipolar depression is the reason to see “Infinitely Polar Bear.” This troubling family drama tackles a serious subject in a rather lighthearted manner, yet still adheres to its emphasis on showing not only the impact of this illness on the person who […]
By trying to sharpen its edges when sincere, simple empathy suits it fine, “Max” swerves its story in the worst possible direction.
Pixar has got its mojo back with this fun, colorful movie that offers a little into how each of us might tick.
“San Andreas” can be enjoyed for what it is; a big-budget popcorn movie meant solely to offer a summer thrill ride.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” is a cookie-cutter family comedy with multiple laughs but zero heart.
Starring Ben Stiller and Robin Williams, "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" is a surprisingly relaxed and sentimental curtain call for the franchise.
Cursory storytelling and glitzy special effects make "Earth to Echo" a hollow reflection of the films to which it attempts to pay homage.
"You WIll Be My Son" is a slow-burn French thriller with a dark side — a Hitchcockian family affair with thrills aplenty.
If you've seen the previews for "Bad Grandpa," you've probably seen too much to enjoy the feature presentation.
Despite the Norwegian countryside as a stunning backdrop, "Escape" is a historical thriller that's all too forgettable in nearly every facet.