Chappie is a robot that will steal your heart, there is no question. But, our Chappie review reports, that the film as a whole has too much going on.
Focus Review: Will Smith Explores the Art of the Con
Focus focuses its lens on two con artists, played by Will Smith and Margot Robbie. Our Focus review reports that these two could do no wrong.
The Lazarus Effect Review: Undead Again And Loving It
The Lazarus Effect is a horror movie that borrows heavily from the ideas of Flatliners. But, our The Lazarus Effect review finds out, this horror film goes much deeper.
Maps to the Stars Review: David Cronenberg Burns Hollywood
Maps to the Stars stars Julianne Moore in a role that could get her another Oscar nomination. The David Cronenberg movie, our Maps to the Stars review finds, is one jaded and delicious look at Hollywood.
The DUFF Review: Teen Comedy Scores a Point
The DUFF is a teenage comedy that manages to buck stereotypes to get its message across. Our The DUFF review believes it works, largely because of its star Mae Whitman.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Review: Something Silly Is In That Water
The boys are back in Hot Tub Time Machine 2. This time out, our Hot Tub Time Machine review finds, heading back to the future was a good idea.
McFarland USA Review: Race To See It
McFarland USA is a riveting and inspirational true story from Disney. It stars Kevin Costner in his finest role in years, our McFarland USA review proudly states.
The Last Five Years Review: Anna Kendrick Steals Our Heart
Anna Kendrick sings like an angel and acts like a superstar, as stated in our The Last Five Years review. The Broadway musical play hits the big screen and makes some movie magic.
Kingsman The Secret Service Review: Colin Firth Is Bloody Brilliant
Kingsman: The Secret Service may not be a Bond film, but it sure feels like one -- on steroids! Colin Firth finds new levels of awesomeness, our Kingsman: The Secret Service review celebrates.
Fifty Shades of Grey Review: Oh, It’s Painful
Fifty Shades of Grey is about a man obsessed with S&M who finds "love." Our Fifty Shades of Grey review finds little to love about this EL James page to screen effort.
Jupiter Ascending Review: Wachowskis Go Out There
Jupiter Ascending stars Channing Tatum as an alien soldier trying to save earth-bound princess Mila Kunis. Our Jupiter Ascending review has this Wachowskis science fiction film truly pushing the envelope visually.
The SpongeBob Movie Sponge Out of Water Review: Swimming in the Kiddie Pool
The SpongeBob Movie will certainly please the youngest fans of the animated show. Yet, our The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water review has to say that adult fans of the show may feel left out.