Adam Sandler's recent Netflix special, "100% Fresh," is maybe the funniest thing you'll see all year. But his rotten streak gets reset with this flat, lifeless dud.
Fans of the series may like this latest adventure, but the world of "Men in Black: International" just seems like it has so much more potential.
Mindy Kaling wrote and stars in "Late Night," a comedy that doesn't quite work on any level.
New on Netflix this weekend is the romantic-comedy, "Always Be My Maybe," a fairly average entry into the genre elevated to "must-see" status because of a hilarious extended cameo...and an original song that is my current vote for Best Song of 2019.
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.
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.
Diane Keaton looks for self-inspiration in a retirement community, but this farce could have used a major dose of teen spirit.
Even Babe Ruth struck out...Michael Jordan had occasional air-balls. So I won't hold it against the super-talented, usually-hilarious Amy Poehler, but her directorial debut, "Wine Country" is pretty terrible.
The new Seth Rogen/Charlize Theron film "Long Shot" is more of a political satire than it is a straight-up rom-com, but - against all odds - it somehow works.
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