Family Movie Reviews
Despicable Me 2 lands in theaters bringing back Steve Carell as Gru. Our Despicable Me 2 review finds the addition of Kristen Wiig as Lucy, a woman matching wits with Gru, a stroke of genius.
Monsters University Review: When Mike Met Sully
Monsters University is as good of a second act as Pixar has achieved, and that's saying something for the studio behind Toy Story. Our Monsters University review believes after the disappointment of Cars 2, Pixar is back in the solid sequel business with Monsters University.
Hotel Transylvania Review: Check In?
Adam Sandler proves why he's one of Hollywood's most bankable performers in Hotel Transylvania. Our Hotel Transylvania review states that his Dracula, opposite Selena Gomez as his daughter Mavis, is unlike any we've ever seen and delightfully so.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Dog Days Review: Summertime Blues
Penning a Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days review is challenging given that it's one of those movies that kids will adore and parents will tolerate. But, does that make it a bad movie?
Ice Age Continental Drift Movie Review: Adrift in Excellence
Ice Age Continental Drift added Jennifer Lopez and Peter Dinklage to the franchise. Does it work with established actors Denis Leary and Ray Romano or is the film bloated with too much cast?
Madagascar 3 Movie Review: Saving the Best for Last
Madagascar 3 storms into theaters as the best of the bunch. The gang (Ben Stiller, Jada Pinkett-Smith, David Schwimmer and Chris Rock) are back in action as they are now Europe's Most Wanted.
Secret World of Arrietty Movie Review: The Art of Film
Disney has taken the Japanese animated treat, The Secret World of Arrietty, and turned in another terrific film from the studio. Will Arnett, Amy Poehler and Carol Burnett anchor the cast that rivets.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Movie Review
Alvin and the Chipmunks are back in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked. The Chipmunks are joined by the Chipettes on a new adventure that will find adults snoozing and children eating it up.
Hugo Movie Review: Escape into Martin Scorsese's Magic
Hugo is Martin Scorsese's latest and greatest. The filmmaker is at the top of his game with the 3D marvel, and presents a story that is equally wide in scope and brilliant with emotion while possessing a power that is poignant and unforgettable.