A slice of grim violence that isn’t thoughtful or fun enough to amount to more than a headshot reel.
Nick Robinson’s magnetic leading turn bolsters this teen coming-of-age story.
The casting marks Garner’s first regular TV role since the conclusion of Alias.
At the risk of coming off catty, this unfunny family vehicle is far from purrfect.
The Lone Ranger hunk Armie Hammer also joining in on the crazy fun.
An uncommonly effective but typically preachy faith-based melodrama.
An upper-class Pacino is something to see.
Likeable performances and the right kind of humor make this terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day an unexpectedly pleasant Disney film.