Bryan Cranston and James Franco make an unlikely comedy team up to create a movie that's almost surprisingly funny.
This is a star studded holiday escape that's mostly a "paint by numbers" of creatively assembled movie tropes.
Dwayne Johnson headlines a Disney movie that focuses on Polynesian mythology, introduces Auli'i Cravalho and features music my Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart take their crack at the buddy-spy-comedy.
To be honest, I don't really watch a lot of "coming of age" stories but, I would if more of them were like this.
Jonah Hill and Miles Teller excel in this buddy crime drama that has an unfortunately mediocre plot, despite being based on an surprising true story.
This raunchy Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg begins by relying on crassness and low level humor. Then, all of a sudden, it becomes a story that addresses faith, religion, social taboos, community, perception and...a literal food orgy.
Suicide Squad may be the DCEU's best attempt at being true to its source material. However, it may have been the worst attempt at creating a "good" movie using that source material. Don't continue reading if you don't want spoilers.
At 80 years old, Woody Allen hasn't finished making movies just yet. His latest effort, Cafe Society, is a picturesque look at the path of romance that features a stellar cast.
For as much as Ghostbusters was being talked about as being the big movie of the summer for women, Bad Moms seems to be more of a movie where women really stand out.