Two new films are available on Netflix this Memorial Day weekend, with one aimed at kids and one aimed squarely at adults.
A whole new world? Hardly. The new, completely unnecessary live-action re-make of Disney's animated classic, "Aladdin" should have stayed bottled up.
The R-rated comedy "Booksmart" is being touted as the female "Superbad," but that's because it's super-good.
Kenneth Branagh has lived to portray William Shakespeare, and does a fine job, but "All is True" seems intended only for fellow die-hard Shakespearean devotees, and no one else.
The world of John Wick exponentially expands in its third chapter, but the more we learn about this organized criminal underworld, the less interesting it, and our hero, becomes.
Chronicling the real-life trials and tribulations of convicted murderer Cameron Todd Willingham, Edward Zwick's by-the-book courtroom drama is ignited by its two lead performances.
"See You Yesterday" is a sharp time-travel story that takes on some weighty subject matter...but despite its teenage stars, it is definitely meant for adults.
What dirty rotten scoundrels. Oh, not Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway. I'm talking about whomever it was that decided to breathe life into this cruddy remake of a remake.
The first "good" movie based on a video game? I'm not quite sure I can grant "Detective Pikachu" that honor, but it makes a solid case, relying heavily on fan-service...as any Pokémon movie should.
Diane Keaton looks for self-inspiration in a retirement community, but this farce could have used a major dose of teen spirit.
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