Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds do their best in this awkward, uneven comedy that never settles on a particular tone.
A clever premise for a prequel to the 1968 original - set in the present-day - is squandered by way too much talk and not enough ape mayhem.
The star power of Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts elevates this pleasant but slight bauble.
Inspired by actual events, this sweeping drama set in New Zealand about the interlocked lives of three women is worthy of Lifetime.
Documentary about the inner workings of the world's most famed newspaper and its fading industry is slick and captivating, but doesn't delve deep enough.
Comedy's great potential is squandered on lame jokes and old gags
This drama about a Mexican immigrant struggling to provide a home for his son is timely and universal.
The last movie in the decade-long film franchise is the best of them all.
Comedian Harry Shearer gets serious to revisit the destruction of Hurricane Katrina.
"The Office's" Jenna Fischer is game about this story of picking up the pieces of your life, but the script lets her down.
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