This may be the best work from director Wes Anderson.
Judiciary to music, Pak to poetry, nothing escapes ex-SC judge’s blogs.
Begin Again is almost hopeless in the cliched characters and story plots it trots out.
Age and a lifetime have no place in an animation, even though Up spared both a thought.
"TELL me," whispers one human to another in the film, "doesn't the ape make your stomach crawl?" That question, my friend, is directed at you.
The film is faithful to a fault from the dialogues to the clothes, the setting and the food, even while skipping over some of the unpleasant details.
Repeat director DeBlois and repeat cast of Baruchel, Butler and Ferrera place hardly a foot wrong in stepping up this Vikings and Dragons story.
It is to Grace of Monaco's credit that it takes a chance with the amount of time it devotes to old men smoking.
Based on Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill, Edge of Tomorrow has just the right cast both in front of and behind the camera, who play to their strengths and have fun with their weaknesses.
Edge of Tomorrow has just the right cast both in front of and behind the camera, who play to their strengths and have fun with their weaknesses.
There is absolutely nothing in Blended that you haven't seen before.
Maleficent is Disney's version of the evil fairy of the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale, who cursed the princess to death-like sleep.
Here is a film that not only underlines how "humanity has always feared someone different from it".
Edwards’s Godzilla does more than feature a nuclear plant blast, it also sees tsunami-like waves sweep into islands and put many.
The plot of Gigolo Fading is as hair brained as can originate from Allen, but far more generous towards its women.
It's taken nearly six years making Million Dollar Arm to the big screen and it has its heart in the right place.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 comes with two villains with just enough character and enough acting abilities to make the contest worthwhile.
Paul Walker wouldn't want this to be remembered as his last film. Well, he can rest in peace.
There are too many times these days at the movies when Johnny Depp seems transcendent -- certainly unaffected by the normal. This film is apparently counting on it.
Oculus's success as a horror thriller lies in how well it keeps its characters and consequently the audience on their toes.
Aronofsky doesn’t spare the details, with the ark built almost exactly as described in the Bible.
NOAH was arguably the world's first superhero, certainly the first whose story lends itself well to CGI/3D-enhanced telling.
In his late-age reinvention as an action hero, Neeson picks up from where he left in Serra’s last film ‘Unknown’.
In his late-age reinvention as an action hero, Neeson picks up from where he left in Serra's last film 'Unknown'.
Mitty (Stiller) is a negative assets manager at Life magazine,which is about to bring out its last issue in print.
There's nothing that comes as a surprise in Walter Mitty.
The Wolf of Wall Street is about unsettling excess.
Walking With Dinosaurs 3D,produced by BBC Earth and named after a BBC TV documentary mini-series,takes its dinosaurs seriously.
Nolans backstory is told through flashbacks to the life he and his loving wife shared.
Paul Walker,who died last month in a car crash,ventures as far away as he can from his Fast & Furious roles.
Can Walking With Dinosaurs have the prattle of Happy Feet?
Food that has become monstrous had already been dealt with in the first part,and so there is little to startle us here.
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 lives true to that fear,with a riot of colours for imagination.
This tale is less about the big battles but the little people who fight them.
A large part of it has to again do with Jennifer Lawrence.
This second part of the successful Hunger Games trilogy manages to carve itself a notable space.