This likeable comedy about male strippers, starring Channing Tatum and directed by Steven Soderbergh, is nothing but a good time.
An affection look at a golden era in the history of New York City.
Aubrey Plaza ("Parks and Recreation") shines in this sweet, touching comedy about people who can't deal with their present lives.
A promising comic riff on the apocalypse is sabotaged by sappy sentimentality and miscasting.
This overproduced and undercooked exercise in revisionist horror-fantasy is an assault on the senses - and your intelligence.
Filmmaker Lynn Shelton ("Humpday") stumbles with this well-intentioned but hollow and contrived character study.
Greta Gerwig ("Damsels in Distress," "Greenberg") is terrific as a 29-year-old woman who must suddenly reinvent her life.
The Pixar crew takes some big chances with this beautifully-animated fairy tale about mothers and daughters.
The seventh film by writer-director Wes Anderson ("Rushmore," "Fantastic Mr. Fox") is his best and most satisfying work to date.
Adam Sandler's return to R-rated, raunchy territory isn't any different from his recent family-friendly work.
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