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Enjoyable and likable, though you might find yourself twiddling your thumbs along the way.
Despite not being particularly funny, this Kevin James film gets a lot of mileage out of its star’s inherent likability.
This Adam Sandler animated film is pleasantly disposable.
Robert Pattinson stars in this adaptation of a Don DeLillo book.
This sequel is aggressively dumb, aggressively macho, and just plain aggressively aggressive.
Lee's latest joint is being billed as a return to the personal, low-budget filmmaking that put the director on the map a few decades ago.
Julie Delpy's follow up to 2 Days in Paris is an assured, sensitive, and occasionally very funny relationship comedy.
The guys behind Star Trek and Transformers try their hand at a serious human drama set in the real world.
This time around, Madea just seems spent.
Does any other American president have such an extensive fictional pop-culture mythos?
Have questions? Bilge Ebiri and Glenn Kenny have answers.
If Michel Gondry were to direct a street-art Fantasia, it might look something like Fission. Winner of a recent Student Academy Award in the Best Alternative Film category, recent School of Visual Arts grad Kun-I Chang’s explores a quintessentially New York concept.