Sam Rockwell and Liam James discuss their film 'The Way Way Back' in a new featurette.
The all-lady finale comes to a close.
Eddie Murphy is at his best in his funniest comedy in years, a feel-good winner with something for everyone.
A motley group of talented canines outperform the humans in a heartwarming little comedy.
Even though you can predict what happens, <em>21</em> is still fairly compelling for a movie about counting cards at a blackjack table.
Big Momma's House 2 is precisely what you'd expect from a sequel whose title no longer has any affiliation with the current "story": a few harmless, lowbrow laughs, all of which are forever indebted to the formulas of crap past.
Granted, it's a sports movie about golf. But with winning performances, fancy camerawork and a classic root-for-the-little-guy scenario, The Greatest Game Ever Played tees off with the best of them.
With Will Ferrell infusing his comic brilliance into the proceedings, at least you know you won't be dragged out of the theater Kicking & Screaming.
While the Catch That Kid players may be appealing, the rest of the film misses out its potential to be a hip, pubescent heist flick. The only thing to "catch" in this film is perhaps a cold--from sitting in the theater with the 'tweener set.
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