Tammy features Melissa McCarthy in a road trip comedy with Susan Sarandon playing her grandmother. Our Tammy review finds that the film should expand McCarthy's popularity, although she doesn't push it.
Snowpiercer stars Chris Evans as a man trying to survive on a train circling the globe after a new ice age. Our Snowpiercer review can't recommend the post-apocalyptic, survivors on a train, tale enough.
They Came Together has so much fun making fun of rom-coms, it is easy to feel that you're not watching a parody -- just a fantastic funny film. Our They Came Together review also salutes its leads, Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler.
Think Like a Man Too brings back the entire cast from the first film for a bachelor and bachelorette party in Las Vegas, oh.. and a wedding. Our Think Like a Man Too review reports that it's an entirely different feeling film than the first.
22 Jump Street not only brings back our favorite comic cop partners in Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, but it ups the ante on many levels. Our 22 Jump Street review salutes filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord.
The Fault in Our Stars is the most unlikely of heartwarming love stories. Our The Fault in Our Stars review reports that it works on so many levels, largely due to the performance of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.