Twelve minutes into the movie, Colin Farrell gets in a helicopter and flies away, and frankly, we can't blame him because it’s all downhill from there.
Anna and Elsa embark on a new adventure that takes them into the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle.
While Little Monsters is easily watchable and entertaining, there just isn't anything great about it. It's a passable horror movie, but we can't say it works very well.
The first full trailer for Disney's highly anticipated Frozen 2 has finally arrived!
Pixels has more respect for classic video game characters than it does for women, and that's a much better reason to hate the film.
The Wedding Ringer is the kind of bland comedy that could only come out in the month of January.
While it may follow in the tone of his first directorial effort from ten years ago, Garden State, Zach Braff’s Kickstarter funded Wish I Was Here leans a little too hard on the melodrama and it never feels as assured.
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A perfect bit of classic Disney magic, Frozen is the best feature produced directly by the Mouse House since Tarzan.
We catch up with actor Josh Gad to talk about his scene stealing voice work in Disney's Frozen as Olaf the Snowman, playing a character that’s only pure, unbridled joy, getting a chance to sing a song penned by some of his former Book of Mormon collaborators, and the happiness he gets from watching Olaf’s connection to children in the audience (including his own).
It might only just be finding a theatrical release now in Canada (after premiering at TIFF in 2012) to capitalize on the relative success of the similarly pitched Don Jon, but as far as looks at sex addiction go writer and director Stuart Blumberg’s Thanks for Sharing is almost infinitely preferable in spite of its own flaws and shortcomings.
There's no way Jobs can be looked at as a serious biopic about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. It's a frustrating iDisaster.