Liev Schreiber skillfully plays Chuck Wepner, a dumb mook who stumbled backward into semi-celebrity in both the sports and entertainment worlds.
This penetrating documentary looks at America's original celebrity chef, who disappeared from the public eye and now finds his genius all but forgotten.
An inoffensive fourth entry in a series that is hardly groundbreaking, this family film can at least say it might get your kids reading.
Uniquely awful, in that unlike half-considered blockbuster messes this one combines two fully considered, awful attempts at the same story spliced together.
Not since “My Dinner with Andre” has a meal seemed so full of portents and human collateral.
A perfect sequel, a movie utterly different than the first film while still full of all the comedy, action and heart you expect from the franchise.