Compared to the book, the film version of The Sun Is Also A Star loses what made Natasha such a great character and, plainly, is a disappointing adaptation.
Life Like may leave you with a handful of questions, but one character named Henry brings enough intrigue to forget every moment which makes you raise an eyebrow.
Amy Poehler takes a page out of Adam Sandler’s book and has a vacation with her SNL friends, paid for by someone else and made just for her audience.
While comical at times, Rebel Wilson’s style and Anne Hathaway’s, when it comes to comedy, more so clashes than compliments one another.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile maybe words to describe Ted Bundy, but what you mostly get is his charming side – until the end.
Clementine, with its score and sometimes eerie characters strings you along to what might be an unsatisfying finish.
In a strange twist, Rogen ups his game to what you’d expect from Theron, and while he maintains his comedic style, he also veers towards being a more serious actor.
While The Intruder doesn’t seem like your yearly dose of generic Black thriller, that doesn’t mean it is necessarily good.
Lost Transmissions shows the line between proving yourself as a storyteller doesn’t always coincide with delivering the intended message.