The latest in a series of endless, cash-grabbing nostalgia trips for Adam Sandler and the comedians in his camp.
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A deceptively sublime film about an aging hero at his most vulnerable.
Every frontier eventually sees a conqueror and there can only be one.
Even the original’s most ardent defenders would be hard-pressed to justify this sequel.
That Amy is a documentary about the troubled life and woefully premature death of Amy Winehouse would in itself suggest a difficult film, but director Asif Kapadia (Senna) reconstructs the life of a woman whose reputation became the …
Thirty years later, we have 30 imaginative gadgets to behold.
Whether or not he’s a quality actor in these movies is entirely up for debate.
“The struggle of being female is that you’re constantly objectified and discredited for anything you do, because you’re a female. Everything is qualified by the fact that you don’t have a dick, or that just because you’re a girl, gives …
Sometimes, though, you just need to guffaw.
Cars, swingers, and infinite jest — it’s sure been a wild and slippery six months.
The veteran filmmaker talks about finding the right voice for a trio of unlikely drug dealers.
A trip to San Diego, talking raptors, and one out-of-place dream sequence come to mind.