Like its main characters, Terminator: Genisys wants so desperately to use the series’ time-traveling narrative device to fix the past.
Gyrating at full throttle and pumped to the nines with unabashed testosterone, Magic Mike XXL is to 2012’s Magic Mike what whoopie pies are to molten chocolate lava cakes.
Much like how the titular character magically came to life, watching Seth MacFarlane’s directorial debut Ted was like seeing the filmmaker and Family Guy creator inspired and alive again
Survivor, directed by V For Vendetta’s James McTeigue, is a pretty standard thriller that simply revolves around smart people doing really stupid things.
Like his last two films, Prince Avalanche and Joe, David Gordon Green’s latest, Manglehorn, rests fulfillingly on the shoulders of its uncompromising-but-quietly-captivating leads
Inside Out is the thesis, the ultimate statement of why Pixar is a necessary force in today’s filmmaking world.
It’s safe to say Pixar’s emotional pull has been muted since 2010.
As Hollywood uses ‘90s nostalgia solely to cash in our generation’s glossed-eyed fondness for a past era — and why else would something like Fuller House exist — what’s most refreshing about wr
Jurassic World is really a tragedy of Shakespearean proportions, centering on the poor Indominus Rex’s journey to find his true self.
A John Hughes film birthed from the child of Jean-Luc Godard and Wes Anderson, Me & Earl & the Dying Girl, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s cinematic adaptation of Jesse Andrews’ YA novel of the same name
Jurassic World is a mixed bag in almost every sense.
Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Jason Stratham and other great actors are fantastic in Paul Feig's latest film, Spy, which sees McCarthy go undercover to stop the purchase of a bomb.

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