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Disney's big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical "Into the Woods" has plenty of charm and charisma to cover the tiredness of the film's premise.
The incompetent trio of murderers is back with an even bigger plan, and even fewer brains than before.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” is a cookie-cutter family comedy with multiple laughs but zero heart.
“Annabelle” tries to inflict the same scares as its predecessor but, in the end, feels more like a cheap haunted-house experience.
Despite some stellar performances from the two leads, "The Skeleton Twins" never really feels complete.
Kenneth Branagh and company take a swing at Tom Clancy's famous CIA analyst, Jack Ryan, with rather lackluster results.
"American Hustle" is a film filled with fantastic performances, wrapped within a tepid and directionless story.
“Kill Your Darlings” is a beautiful and enthralling tale about love, friendship, murder and having the courage to be true to yourself.
Disney’s feeble attempt at recapturing the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise magic feels more like a beaten dead horse than a rip-roaring good time.
Despite a lengthy runtime and some uneven storytelling, "Red2," is still a must own this holiday season.
"We're the Millers" may travel the same beaten path as previous road trip movies, but it's sure to tickle your funny bone more than once.
Joss Whedon's modern adaptation of "Much Ado About Nothing" is sure to please Shakespeare fans but leave the rest out in the cold.
DC and the CW have finally hit the mark with a dark, modern-day reimagining of one of DC's finest superheroes, Green Arrow.
After watching season 8 of "Supernatural," I believe that these wayward sons have been carrying on way too long.