Bolstered by a pair of fantastic and charming performances, "Everything, Everything" is exactly the melodramatic teenaged lovefest that you would expect it to be, and absolutely nothing else.
The sequel to "Willard" lacks the bizarre, comic tone and spirit that made the first rat-infested movie a success.
Fans of this rodent horror movie should be happy with this release after years of it sitting around in obscurity.
Nominated for 2016's Best Documentary Oscar, Raoul Peck's film poignantly and painfully links the Civil Rights movement to #BlackLivesMatter through the filter of an unpublished and incomplete James Baldwin book.
The humanity of "My Life as a Dog" is given over to archetypes, and worse, stereotypes -- and the element that gives this film its unique charm is also what makes it annoying and cloying.
There are some good laughs, but unlike many vacations, this won't leave you wanting more when it's time to go home.
There's more to this love affair than meets the eye! "Fifty Shades Darker" now on Blu-ray raises the stakes with a sexier "Unrated Edition" and bonus features to thrill every fan of the book series come to the small screen!
Brit actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson gives a tour-de-force performance in this pared down war thriller in which all that separates him from being killed is one decaying wall in the middle of the Iraqi desert.
A strange mixture of director Guy Ritchie's creative flairs and studio-mandated sloppiness, "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" often fails to find a proper balance.
When Michal breaks off her engagement, she keeps the reservation for her Reception in 22 days' time, as she is convinced that God will send her a new groom by then. How it all unfolds is the subject of this delightful Israeli comedy.