In “Maleficent” a lush fairy-tale world is created by production designers Dylan Cole and Gary Freeman (along with an army of visual effects artists) and the result is truly magical.
"A Million Ways To Die In The West" may remind MacFarlane’s core audience of what they’re missing by not having Westerns as part of their regular movie menu.
"X-Men: Days Of Future Past" is vibrant and entertaining.
"The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," starring Robin Williams, doesn’t seem to know what chord to strike: it veers wildly from madcap farce to social satire to sentimental family drama.
It’s fairly plain that "A Night in Old Mexico" is a vehicle for Duvall, and as such it’s thoroughly enjoyable; watching him is a genuine treat.
"Million Dollar Arm" benefits from a strong performance by Jon Hamm in the lead and a top-notch supporting cast.
"The Discoverers," a low-key but satisfying comedy-drama starring the skilled Griffin Dunne, marks the feature debut of writer-director Justin Schwarz.
One of "The Immigrant’s" primary assets is its texture: a rich fabric of sights and sounds that evoke the look and feel of New York’s underbelly in the early 20th century.
"Godzilla" is a terrific piece of entertainment that doesn’t insult its audience and gives us more than our money’s worth.
This is the kind of film I usually root for: a collage of vignettes about offbeat, colorful characters, played by an A-list cast including the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman.