‘Can We Take a Joke’ answers its own question with an implied ‘No.’ It is unlikely to sway anyone’s opinion, yet raises interesting points.
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‘Wreck-It Ralph’ is derivative and inconsistent, but has enough heart to make up for most of its inadequacies.
‘The Sessions’ is a predictable plot exercise that misses too many opportunities.
If ‘Pitch Perfect’ doesn’t once make you laugh or smile, you’re quite possibly suffering from a supreme lack of heart, because it has plenty.
Bachelorette offers far too many laughs for the audience to handle, all at the heavy price of character development and nuance.
‘Chicken with Plums’ serves as delightfully affectionate entertainment to those who are open to it.
Chris O’Dowd gets one of his biggest roles yet in this movie, which could be one of Harvey Weinstein’s Oscar wild cards.
Wild animals are trapped in people clothing in Wes Anderson’s ambitious animated film.
‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’ is a sweet little film about mortality and doesn’t try to be anything more.
Justin Jagoe co-hosts this week and laments the fact that he only gets to review bad movies on the podcast.
‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’ is only about one fourth successful with some pretty easy solutions to fix its many problems.
Anderson brings a cartoon to life with one the best films of his career.
The first glimpse at this political comedy looks a little predictable.
Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann return to their familiar roles for the next Judd Appatow directed film.
Brief reviews of several new 2012 films.
Matthew McConaughey also stars in this Steven Soderbergh directed film.
’21 Jump Street’ is a cliché, yet warm and funny film with a decent 90 minutes that leads up to a great payoff.
Avoid ‘Project X,’ and by extension, all Todd Phillips movies. That might be what it takes for him to stop trying to convince today’s youth that he is, you know, really cool.
Taken for what it is, ‘This Means War’ is awful; but the possible hidden meanings make it a little bit more fun.
Roman Polanski does not bring anything new with ‘Carnage,’ but with a taut 79-minute running time and four great actors it makes for a very worthy trip to the cinema.