Chevalier is an emotional, music-filled 18th-century roller-coaster ride, and while watching it, my heart overflowed with pleasure from first frame to last.
Anyone walking into Evil Dead Rises should hopefully know what they’re getting themselves into.
Cage’s Wagnerian theatricality as Dracula is enough to warrant the ticket price all by itself. Watching him sink his teeth into Renfield with such malevolent relish is a deliciously debauched feast worth gorging on.
Air is phenomenally entertaining.
Kids may have the time of their lives watching The Super Mario Bros. Movie, but for most adults, this is game over.
Spinning Gold is a disaster.
Rolling the dice on Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is the way to go.
Bringing Up Baby: Childhood memories, “third grandmothers,” and celebrating the 85th birthday of an essential Grant-Hepburn screwball classic
A Good Person adds schmaltz where it does not belong, and instead of observational distance that could further humanize the events Allison and the others are confronting, Braff forces ghastly treacle down the viewer’s throat.