Unlike other recent superhero reboots, “Man of Steel” does not so much reflect the present human condition as it does the present condition of Hollywood, which wants everything bigger,
Put simply, there is nothing else in theaters right now like the bizarre, dirty and hilarious “This is the End.” There probably never has been before, and there may never be again.
“After Earth” is based on a story conceived by Will Smith, presumably intended to help launch his son Jaden to super-stardom.
“The Hangover” really should have been left to stand alone as a raucous and original piece of dirty comedy.
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is the enjoyably kinetic sequel to the most unlikely sci-fi reboot ever.
Director Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” is the latest film adaptation of the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
“Iron Man 3” moves Marvel’s superhero universe along nicely, with Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) still recovering from the events of “The Avengers.” Luckily, Stark&rs
Telling the true story of how Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play on a Major League Baseball team in the modern era, “42” is an unimpeachable feel-good film that p
“Jurassic Park” may be 20 years old, but its new 3D and IMAX re-release reminds you why it was a smash: This is a crowd-pleaser meant to be seen on the big screen.
“Admission” proves that who is cast in the lead roles has a huge impact on the tone – and especially the marketing – of a film.
“Olympus Has Fallen” is essentially a summer blockbuster delivered a few months early.
“The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” is the kind of bland, slightly dumb and goofy comedy that will happily find a home on basic cable for the next 10 years, alongside Steve Carell’s
As Disney’s re-imagined prequel to “The Wizard of Oz,” the new “Oz the Great and Powerful” is a fun slice of fantasy flashback.
The familiar “Jack and the Beanstalk” tale gets a CGI-heavy update in the over-long and underdeveloped “Jack the Giant Slayer,” from “X-Men” director Bryan Singe
On Feb. 24, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its awards for last year’s best achievements in film.
In a modern movie landscape that now includes the smart, stylish likes of the high-tech Bourne and the re-vamped Bond, another old-fashioned adventure with John McClane (Bruce Willis) in “A G
With Jason Bateman as a mild-mannered husband, father and financial employee, and Melissa McCarthy as the lunatic who steals his credit cards, “Identity Thief” is one of the meanest, na
In “Stand Up Guys” – a meditation on aging disguised as a comedic crime caper – Al Pacino and Christopher Walken seem to make a strong case for their own retirement, or at l
Those expecting “Warm Bodies” to be simply “Twilight” with zombies may be disappointed, but the good news is that “Warm Bodies” is far more enjoyable than that,
Aiming for the old-fashioned film noir feel of “L.A.
The tough, no-nonsense filmmaking of director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal – both Oscar winners for “The Hurt Locker” – sets the tone of “Zero Dark Thirty.&rdq
The characters in “Silver Linings Playbook” rarely do or say what you expect, which makes them – and the actors playing them – so riveting to watch.
The advantage of seeing a musical like “Les Misérables” on the big screen, versus on stage, is that the emotions are writ large – in this case, incredibly large – on
Barbra Streisand seems to have a blast playing Seth Rogen’s mother in “The Guilt Trip,” a cute, inter-generational on-the-road comedy that goes to predictable places but still lea
Last seen in the massive “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, Middle Earth returns to the screen in a big way with director Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.&rdquo