Clocking in at just 83 minutes, “The Lazarus Effect” has one of the shortest running …
Roeper: This is just sheer, escapist entertainment from start to finish.
We have more televised awards shows now than at any time in the history of the medium, but the Academy Awards are still the biggest and the most prestigious.
Watching “The Last Five Years” is like sitting at a table at one of those restaurants where they think it’s a good idea to place you within 18 inches of another couple.
Take “The Breakfast Club,” “Pretty in Pink,” “Clueless,” “Mean Girls,” “She’s All That” and “Can’t Buy Me Love,” put them in a mash-up blender and sprinkle in arguably the most social media references in cinema history, and presto! It’s “The Duff.”
This movie a dull, lazy, scattershot would-be comedy about a group of mostly unlikable characters who have all the depth of the Three Stooges in the Curly Joe era.
The difference between “McFarland, USA” and “Cool Runnings,” “Remember the Titans,” “The Rookie,” “Miracle,” “Glory Road” and “Million Dollar Arm” is this one is about cross-country.
How did “Boyhood” become the Hillary Clinton of the 2015 Oscar race?
The film fails in large part by the subpar performances by nearly every major character in nearly every major role.
A full two decades after “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” Hugh Grant still does that stammering, understated, witty and dashing thing as well as anyone in the business.