Another twist ending from director M. Night Shyamalan.
While The Upside doesn't break new ground, it is a decent take on the subject.
The start of a new year is always promising, but when it comes to new movie releases, the year rarely gets off to a promising start. The January box office notoriously sustains itself on holiday leftovers and awards-season darlings expanding into wider release. I suppose it's understandable that nothing wants to open at a time when the kids are going back to school, adults are getting back to work, and people don't want to leave their houses because it's so darn cold.
After 54 years, our favorite stern-but-kind governess returns.
Does Auqaman stand up to other superheor movies this season? Bob Garver weighs in with details.
Clint Eastwood starts as Earl Stone. His business is suffering and he lives in his truck - and drugs may be next.
One of the best films of 2018 - Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse opens Christmas day.
The latest installment of the Rocky series packs a few surprising punches.
Despite some "rude humor," the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph is harmless fun for the family.
The "Fantastic Beasts" series exists as a way for J.K. Rowling to build on the extremely lucrative Wizarding World franchise without continuing to shove Harry Potter down our throats. Taking place in the 1920's, the prequel series follows magical animal expert Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) as he tries to go about caring for the wondrous creatures without getting sucked into a major conflict in the wizarding community. But no matter how hard he tries, trouble always seems to find him.