Now You See Me 2 is the mildly anticipated sequel to Louis Leterrier’s 2013 film about magicians who think they’re in Ocean’s Eleven.
Journalists crop up in movies all the time – usually portrayed as a braying pack of wolves, out for blood (and, in the olden days, wearing a hat with a "Press"...
Director Leterrier last gave us the godawful Clash of the Titans. Sorry Louis, but Now You See Me isn't much of an improvement.
This verbose dramedy plays like a weedy version of Shame. It focuses on three guys in rehab for sex addiction.
It’s been a long time coming. After introducing S.H.I.E.L.D and Nick Fury in a post credits sting in Iron Man, Marvel has slowly developed a back story through Iron Man...
Lonergan's drama has had a troubled history since filming completed in 2005. Legal wrangles have ensued over the final cut. But let's not get into all that.
On February 27 don't be surprised to see Annette Bening and Julianne Moore in the audience at the Oscars. Their performances in The Kids Are All Right are that good.
Director Rian Johnson scored a minor success with his first effort Brick, an updating of a neo-noir crime tale transplanted to a college campus with oddly distinctive dialogue patter.
Even the very best half-hour sitcom struggles to keep the laughs coming for the whole of its running time.