Although it’s no unheralded classic, “Step Brothers” is the kind of entertaining, undemanding comedy you can throw on when you have nothing better to do.
There’s an undeniable pedigree to “Wolf,” which manages to be both a strength and a weakness. On the one hand, director Mike Nichols first foray
This adaptation of Whitney Otto’s novel is a charming, occasionally compelling little movie that doesn’t leave much of an impression but is perfectly pleasant nevertheless.
An unusual fairy tale by visual master Guillermo Del Toro, “The Shape of Water” is surprisingly simplistic despite its unusual central love story between a
In the five years since its release, “The Cabin in the Woods” has already become a bona-fide horror classic with many passionate fans and dissenters.
Like many major monster movies, “Kong: Skull Island” has underdeveloped characters, A-list actors not doing much acting, and a script that leaves a lot to