“Suicide Squad” promises to flip the script on superhero movies by forcing the audience to root for the bad guys. But that isn't enough.
It's big, loud and long, but that's enough to rescue this overproduced spectacle.
The best parts of this story of a woman dealing with the aftermath of a passionate ghost encounter are the ones that feel most human.
The film features strong performances from Ellen Page, Allison Janney, and Tammy Blanchard, but suffers from a lack of subtlety.
"Breaking Bad" star Anna Gunn brings tremendous value to a female-driven story about investing in the future.
The former distribution executive has directed the kind of movie he used to produce — and Philip Roth's novel comes to life.
Despite strong performances by Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, this sci-fi sister story never reaches its potential.
The female-driven comedy boasts some good jokes, but Kathryn Hahn's revelatory performance is the big draw.
David Lowery brings indie spirit to the most unlikely of places in the summer's best remake.
The creators of "Catfish" bring you a highly topical thriller about an augmented reality app gone wrong.
Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass are back in action, but that's not enough to warrant this soft reboot of a story that ended years ago.
"It's just supposed to be funny," said writer and star Jennifer Saunders at a screening in Chelsea. But "Ab Fab" has heart, too.
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