Posts Tagged ‘film yap’
A well-intentioned film about the nuances of grief, "Demolition" tries its best to avert cliches but is largely unsuccessful.
"Joy Ride 3" star Jesse Hutch chats with Yapper Lauren Whalen about his new film, stunts and action stardom, and getting snapped in half.
"A Million Ways to Die in the West" is a disappointing sophomore effort by writer/director Seth MacFarlane.
After his last few misfires, Wes Anderson strikes gold with this elegant and enjoyable mix of European darkness and existential light.
The latest film adaptation of Shakespeare's star-crossed love story is dull as dishwater at best, linguistically offensive at worst.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut about an Italian stallion with a secret is mostly middling but has a few pleasant surprises.
Brie Larson delivers a tremendous breakthrough performance in this understated and moving exploration of social services and safety.
Picture "Home Alone" with blood, breasts and bad acting, and you have this unwatchable horror-comedy mess.
Based on a true story from the 1970s, the story of a gay couple and their foster child is only slightly schmaltzy and, sadly, still relevant.
This coming-of-age drama set in 1960's London should compel, but slow timing and low stakes make it a snoozer.
This Canadian comedy is so primed for its American remake, it's practically American itself.
Lena Dunham's controversial series has a sometimes uncomfortable but always thoughtful and promising first season.
Despite a slightly odd bit of casting, this ode to dysfunction, insecurity and endless politics among performers hits all the right notes.
Steven Soderbergh's semi-autobiographical tale of Channing Tatum's stripper past is less lighthearted romp and more modern-day "Saturday Night Fever."