It’s about 18 minutes into The Gift and I am screaming “Oh shit,” so loudly that the entire theater is laughing and the woman next to me tries to put her hand on my knee to comfort me. It’s the second time this has happened; it’s not the last. But while the jump scares in this Jason Bateman vehicle are plentiful, it’s…
Australian morning show personality Lisa Wilkinson saw Fifty Shades of Grey the other night. She did not enjoy it.
The reviews are in for Precious, and though some critics object to director Lee Daniels' "need to shove the reality of Precious' life in our faces," most say it's a brilliant film about hideous truths Hollywood usually ignores.
Ouch. And it doesn't get much better, either.
Reviewers are divided on whether Jennifer's Body is a clever satire of friendships between teen girls or like a "thing a cat might bury in a litter box and still keep building the covering because the stench can't be smothered."
Though critics say Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is entertaining and well acted, they also worry that its teenage stars are now too attractive.
Half the point of Brüno is to stir up controversy, and it's been successful, with many questioning the film's depiction of homosexuals. But according to critics it's funny, so who cares if it's "the swishy gay equivalent of blackface?"
Monsters vs. Aliens, which opens today, is DreamWorks' first film designed to be shown in 3-D, but despite a female protagonist and fantastic cast of funny men, critics say it's two-dimensional.
The Wrestler, the newest film by Darren Aronofsky, stars Mickey Rourke in a Golden Globe-nominated performance as washed-up '80s wrestler Randy Robinson. Did Rourke body-slam this role to movie history? Reviews, after jump.
How did critics treat Doubt, a film starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymor Hoffman and based on the award-winning play by John Patrick Shanley, the film's director/writer? The answer, of course, after the jump.
The X-Files: I Want to Believe premieres today, shrouded in its own set of Clintonian conspiracy theories. Can Agent Scully rekindle our fangirldom? Are our two special agents still an item? Who's the casting director that saw rapper Xzibit and thought "FBI agent?" Oh, and about that plot: it sounds like a mediocre…
You are probably well aware that the newest Batman movie, The Dark Knight opens today, and that it stars the late Heath Ledger as The Joker. This newest installment in the Batman series is, of course, set in a crime-ridden Gotham, where Batman (Christian Bale) meets The Joker, a super-villain who aims for complete…