Brendan Gleeson plays a blaspheming, kinky Fatty Arbuckle with a chip on his shoulder.
Smurf you, you smurfing smurf.
Maybe in another dimension, Cahill nailed it, but not here.
Will Gluck is a quick-witted, inventive director with a natural touch for contrivance.
The retro-nostalgic Captain America is miles ahead of its recent competitors.
This documentary is straight hagiography, without nuance or ambiguity or the admission of opposing viewpoints.
Some films seem like they were made for DVD; this may be the first that seems like it was fashioned for the iPad.
Logan Hill on 'Bosses.'
'Zookeeper' couldn’t be more forgettable, but one scene should make history in the product-placement Hall of Fame.
It’s a bit like a Rolling Stones doc that hurries through Altamont and 'Sticky Fingers' and zooms in on the Steel Wheels tour.
Even within the manipulative Princess-for-a-Day genre, this is a chintzy knockoff.
Instead of a Jock, Princess, and Brain, defined and protected by their cliques, Terri, Chad, and Heather are each painfully and very believably alone: Fatso, Spaz, Slut.
The film is gloriously, passionately synthetic.
She’s incorrigibly sleazy and opportunistic in the great American degenerate movie huckster tradition.
Carlos is never more than the idea of a man we should admire.
It’s like giving Jar-Jar Binks his own movie.
Freddy Highmore plays George as if in a narcotized haze. He’s James Franco, Oscar host.
This is straight-up silly slapstick.
Two documentaries open today.
This film falls to Earth wicked fast.
'One Lucky Elephant' turns what might have been a big-tent attraction into a sideshow.
Michael Winterbottom’s and Steve Coogan’s larger agenda is to reveal the tragedy of “Coogan’s” life.
Whereas Anderson’s hyper-referential films have become dioramas of Pantone-perfect dream homes, Ayoade’s stylized aesthetic feels more lived-in, and recognizably human.
'The Last Mountain' is a passionate, partisan, and effective film about the perils of mountaintop coal mining.
Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy elevate the proceedings.