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Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey reprise their roles from the first movie in the most contrived ways possible.
Subjecting the feline to starring in a bargain-basement Lifetime Christmas movie seems like a form of animal cruelty.
Characters who are refreshingly funny in small doses aren’t necessarily suited to carrying entire movies.
Not all of them can feature beloved characters like Buddy the Elf and the toys of Toy Story.
Over-the-top camp or disturbing psychological thriller? The movie never succeeds at either.
Battle Royale, Code 46 and more.
Mockingjay - Part 1 sets the stage for a more satisfying finale to the series.
Weekly's film editor takes in a weekend of flicks at this year's fest, including a vampire mockumentary from Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement and ...
The effort comes across as desperate and sad, with meager laughs and sloppy storytelling.
The Daily Show host makes his (serious) directorial debut.
It's a poor man's version of Homeland.
Beyoncé the Lights might be a more nonsensical title for writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood’s labor of love about a pop singer torn between love and fame, ...
To say that Fletcher is a hardass would be inaccurate—even the hardest ass in the world is still at least a little bit pliable.
Catch the flick (and a Q&A with the filmmakers) at Inspire Theater this week. Find all the details here.
Who knew Keira Knightley could play such an effective woman-child?