‘In the Heights’ wastes its gorgeous score and likable characters on confusing plots and motivations in an odd adaptation of a spectacular musical by ‘Hamilton’ creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Cruella is the girl boss we’ve heard so much about. She is the young woman who follows her dreams no matter who she has to step on to achieve them.
A handful of scenes make ‘Army of the Dead’ so frustrating, a glimpse into the film it could have been, the film Zack Snyder has the talent to make.
Buried deep within the atrocious romantic comedy ‘Finding You’ is the story of a dying woman’s quest for forgiveness and a familial reconciliation before her passing.
Jimmy Gonzales longed for the family he lacked as a kid. Now, his past fuels his breakout role: a father figure to orphans in a new Netflix biopic.
Michael B. Jordan offers a throwback mash-up of “Mission: Impossible,” “24,” and “Jason Bourne,” but adds little to standard spy-action tropes.
In a market oversaturated with comic book adaptations, ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ truly stands apart. Now is the perfect time to check it out or revisit.
Remixing sci-fi tropes about robot domination, a new flick from the guys behind ‘The Lego Movie’ implores us to prize family relationships over technology.
“Promising Young Woman” effectively conveys the moral mess created by the Wild Wild West of the smartphone’s earliest introduction to society.
‘The Titanic’ sheds light on a stark and growing contrast between today’s standards of masculinity (or lack thereof) and those of a bygone era.
A spot at a top university is like a commodity to be purchased and shown as a prize.
Although it underuses Mel Gibson, ‘Boss Level’ shows it’s still possible to make movies with the simple goal of giving viewers some escape and enjoyment.
In a way, the fans were Zack Snyder’s own Justice League who brought him back like Superman to vanquish Joss Whedon’s evil spawn.
More important than saying ‘no’ or ‘yes’ is to teach kids how to be responsible for themselves, how to make good decisions, and learn that actions have consequences.
As we wait for theaters to open up again and studios to stop dragging their feet, ‘Coming 2 America’ is a passable distraction.
‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ doesn’t try to dissuade us from the sense of madness we feel; instead, it says ‘We’re all a little delusional, didn’t you know?’
Director Lee Isaac Chung and co-star Yuh-Jung Youn discuss ‘Minari,’ a drama that shows the importance of family ties and faith in the American experience.
Divorce is not just the end of a marriage, it’s most often the beginning of a tragic, life-long, evolving fallout for the entire family.
‘Barb and Star’ is original and funny at a time films that check either box, let alone both, are rare.
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