"Abominable" is pretty to look at, and does just enough to make it serviceable, without becoming all that memorable.
NETFLIX has surprisingly been putting out some of this year's best films, from "Triple Frontier" to "The Dirt," to "See You Yesterday." With the trippy, mind-screwing sci-fi/mystery/crime/thriller "In the Shadow of the Moon," it adds another entry into the fold that deserves serious consideration.
Renee Zellweger might have been missing from our screens for most of the past decade, but she makes up for it and more with a tour de force, career-defining turn as Judy Garland.
Playing an even more clueless version of himself, Zach Galifianakis takes his successful Funny or Die series on the road, roasting celebrity after celebrity in his quest to land a real late-night TV talk-show.
Star power is wasted in a journey to nowhere.
Morgan Spurlock is back...but his hiatus may have been longer than you've realized (more on that in a bit). But this is one example where you should try separating the message from the messenger, because there is a lot of important, eye-opening stuff to swallow here in his latest doc.
What a talent, what a voice. In this new celebratory music doc, you have two choices: You can fall in love with Linda Ronstadt all over again, or you can fall in love with her for the first time.
Jennifer Lopez gives a career-defining performance, and Constance Wu cements herself as a leading lady in this layered, hot-and-confident female tour de force.
The 2013 novel, "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt is considered a modern literary classic...it was even awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. But this film adaptation doesn't seem to give the story its due justice, as it gets bogged down with melodrama and a few instances of bad casting.
It's the true story of Katharine Gunn (Keira Knightley), a British Whistleblower who leaked an important memo to the press, in the build-up to the America-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
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