Even with absurd spectacle, the action genre features characters that get things done, which makes up for an oftentimes hollow plot.
In ‘The Lost City of Z’ the real quest of one man is brought to life as a dream of a lifetime is brought to fruition one step at a time in the jungles of the Amazon.
The stand-alone sequel to ‘Big Fat Liar’ is awful, terrible, and hideous in its quest to ruin the memories of a perfectly good movie.
Nicknames have stories tied to them that tell us so much about a person. In some ways, they are more representative of us than a given name possibly could.
‘Fate of the Furious’ is one of the most expensive films ever produced and yet much of the film itself is as tasteless as its advertising and emotional draw.
Though star studded, ‘Free Fire’ is a fun shooter romp, but amounts to little in terms of purposeful mindless violence and overplayed one-liners.
Dozens of movies are hitting theaters this summer, but here are the ones to look out for.
This week’s Mysteries in Media focuses on the ending of ‘The Lobster’ and the meaning of ‘Coconut.’
Adolescence is hard enough without having a child. But as avid skater and soon to be teen-dad Sam finds out in ‘Slam,’ sometimes life, history, and the world has a funny way of making things work out.
Sandler’s new movie ‘Sandy Wexler’ consists of the usual tired clichés and annoying characters.