‘Terminator Genisys’ Review: They Died Getting Their Reboot On
Jumpstarting a franchise shouldn’t be more important than making a good movie.
‘Max’ Review: Bred on the Fourth of July
Patriotic teen dramas about ex-Marine Corps dogs defending their family from gun smugglers don’t...
‘Ted 2′ Review: Bearly Legal
Seth MacFarlane’s overstuffed sequel is only an Ursa minor success.
LAFF 2015 Review: ‘Shut In’ is a Desperate House Party
Adam Schindler’s expertly executed home invasion thriller has a twist: the victim can’t escape...
‘Inside Out’ Review: A Good Way to Cry Hard
Pixar’s comedy about anthropomorphic emotions is their most complex and intriguing film.
LAFF 2015 Review: ‘Too Late’ is Too Great
John Hawkes stars in an impressive and tense murder mystery.
‘Jurassic World’ Review: The Dangers of Unprotected Rex
The characters are one-dimensional, but this monster movie matinee is still a lot of...
‘The Nightmare’ Review: Mr. Sandman, Bring Me a Scream
Rodney Ascher’s documentary brings the horror of sleep paralysis to life, and that’s not...
‘Insidious: Chapter 3′ Review: Not As Loud But Incredibly Close
Leigh Whannell dials down the histrionics in the best – but not necessarily the...
‘Entourage’ Review: Blasé for Hollywood
Fans of the show may be satisfied, but there’s no reason why anyone else...
‘Spy’ Review: Hurray for McCarthyism!
Melissa McCarthy is back and in rare form in this relentless funny action comedy.
‘Aloha’ Review: From Here to Atonality
Cameron Crowe’s latest drama is a baffling hodgepodge of space weapons, Hawaiian mythology and...
‘San Andreas’ Review: Myopic to a Massive Fault
Dwayne Johnson stars in the worst disaster movie since ‘Disaster Movie.’