The trouble with movies about “The Big Con” is that they condition us to not believe anything we see up on screen – relationships, who is conning whom, deaths, etc.
His name is Jim White. He’s a coach.
All teen comedies owe some debt to John Hughes and Amy Heckerling.
When an actress gives a four-star performance in a two-star movie, what is the reviewer to do?
The Spy Who Amused Me, James Bond, has abdicated that title.
Look at the films coming our way between now and May – a veritable flood of forward-thinking, radically uncompromising dramas, comedies, romances and thrillers.
Spongebob Squarepants goes where Homer Simpson and others have gone before, an animated character who steps out of his colorful 2-D world and into our 3-D one, in “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water.”
The Wachowskis cash their last blank check from Warner Brothers with “Jupiter Ascending,” an excruciatingly empty chunk of eye candy that spends over two hours trying to convince us they’re not ripping off “Dune.”
In Oscar categories as well as men’s underwear, there are shorts – and then there are briefs.
“Selma” wasn’t the only film about race to get short shrift from Oscar voters this past year.
His hair is thinning and his features are thickening, and Jude Law is evolving into a more interesting actor as this happens.
NM veterans call movie powerful, ‘spot-on’