The Croods: A New Age doesn't aim to try anything new, but tells a familiar story in a fun, expedient way.
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Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman team up for a wildly inventive and magically clever meta-comedy, Adaptation.
Critical Aversion Day of the Soldado concerns itself with border crossings, human trafficking, and for brief moment, Muslim terrorists who detonate suicide vests inside of an American grocery store. …
Outed Until its absolute closing moments, Get Out presents the cause/effect of American racism in an acerbic manner, completely unlike anything in cinema prior. Get Out approaches the topic …
An accident would explain this one Accidental Love – or Nailed before production messiness left the film in shambles – is nonsense. It was filmed in 2008 when America …
Director John Carney has once again delivered a potent combination of love and music in a tidy package
The feature feels potent without descending into near caricature for the sake of a trailer
No matter what kids take away, at least they'll have fun with this prehistory world.
Oranges is too grounded to approach the topic so breezily.
This movie was made to win awards and it should succeed in that endeavor.
Trust carries a warning, a palpable, tightly wound realism that never sensationalizes or toys with emotions.
This is a departure for children’s films, where the movie grinds to a halt as the monsters display feelings.