“The Willoughbys,” in it exploring 4 kids with parents worse than Matilda’s, eventually warms your heart and may make you shed a Denzel in “Glory” tear.
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.
Forever seems to tone down Maya Rudolph, and the style you likely know her for, and have her perform more within Fred Armisen’s comfort zone. Leaving you with a show which comes off very niche.
On top of being touching and hilarious, Life of the Party proves Melissa McCarthy is probably the most consistent and reliable actor working today.
In one of Anton Yelchin’s final films, we are reminded not just of his brilliance, but how excellent the movies he decided to be a part of.
Overview Despite Pixar not being a primary contributor to the film, Big Hero 6 does seem like the love child of Pixar and Marvel. Review (with Spoilers) First, let me note, between the Annie trailer, the trailer for Inside Out, and then the short film Feast, your emotions will be wired and ready to be…
The Way, Way Back has the appeal which makes it seem like a beloved young adult novel adapted to screen without losing the heart and soul of the characters and story.