“The Transporter Refueled” will leave viewers disappointed with the execution of what could have been a well-made thriller.
Both diehard N.W.A. fans and general audience members will greatly appreciate the direction Gray chose to tell the group’s inspiring story — one that reveals the history of music’s greatest legends and how far they went to speak the truth.
“The End of the Tour” provides viewers with an insight into one of the most realized, troubled and intelligent literary minds of the 20th century.
“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” takes an interesting premise with enjoyable characters who have fun with all of the scenarios into which they can find themselves thrown.
“Love & Mercy” is a well-crafted biopic that presents an honest yet captivating portrayal of a man who is one of popular music’s most revered figures.
“Inside Out” is a visually stunning experience that paints a vivid picture of the human mind while simultaneously delivering a concentrated dose of splendor and excitement that is powerfully moving and entertaining.
Filled with just the right amount of riveting suspense and nonstop action, “Jurassic World” proves that dinosaurs are just as riveting and entertaining as ever.
An easily forgettable blend of cliches and stereotypes, “San Andreas” is a ludicrous feature film that completely misses the mark and fails to redeem itself.
Brilliant and sumptuous, “Far from the Madding Crowd” is raw with emotion and does not hold back, offering a new perspective on what it means to fall in love.