Ted 2 retreads the same ground its predecessor covered, but without the same level of heart or finesse.
Month: June 2015
It’s hard to say what Supergirl stands for, because it’s never been that clear to begin with.
A well-meaning but ultimately passionless exercise in which poor characterizations barely exceed their surface value.
Inside Out is not only Pixar’s best offering to date, but also one of the best movies you and your family will see all year.
Devoid of personality, directionless and with a number of crudely executed sequences.
An absorbing and thrilling Western driven by robust characterisation and gritty action. We look at Kevin Costner’s forgotten gem…
Amy neatly illustrates in its over two-hour running time a clearer understanding of this talented musician.
There is not a filmmaker in Hollywood so widely admired and so thoroughly loathed as M. Night Shyamalan. Once such a promising director…what a twist.
One of the year’s funniest, most original and endearing comedies. We give you 5 reasons why you should be obsessed with Jane the Virgin.
Not without its flaws, The Good Lie is a feel-good and inspiring story that benefits from candid and genuine performances.