The chances you'll laugh watching 'Sextuplets' are slim
Marlon Wayans plays not just one lame, stereotypical role but more than a half-dozen of them in a series of unfunny situations.
'Amazing Johnathan Documentary' covers comic magician
Johnathan, born John Edward Szeles in 1958, would do outrageous illusions, like cutting into his own arm, piercing his tongue and removing his own eyeball.
'Blinded by the Light' will bring Springsteen fans to tears
This Springsteen-inspired tale surges with feeling and might even win over a few haters.
'Where'd You Go, Bernadette': More irksome than endearing
If Bernadette weren't played by the radiant, razor-sharp Cate Blanchett, we'd never put up with her, or this movie.
'Good Boys': Not funny, downright distasteful
"Good Boys" doesn't have much to say for itself besides an expletive, which the young actors are made to throw around for maximum snicker-potential.
'Blinded by the Light': Winning comedy-drama
The movie is a heartfelt ode to the promise of youth and the transformative power of music.
'Dora and the Lost City of Gold': TV favorite's awkward leap
Can Dora maintain her appeal to young fans, pull in older ones and attract a wide-enough swath of demographics to support a possible franchise?
'The Kitchen': Misguided crime drama
The movie is selling the counter-casting of two endearing comedic actresses, Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish, as ruthless, hard-bitten types.
'Brian Banks': Solid, satisfying true-life drama
Tom Shadyac's conventional but compelling biopic, is a timeless drama that nevertheless arrives at an inopportune time.
'The Nightingale': Flawed but compelling
Jennifer Kent's movie, a tale of power and violence in Colonial Australia, is a period piece that gets tangled up in modern-day sensibilities.