Former 007 Pierce Brosnan makes his return to the spy thriller genre in the solid (but not spectacular) “The November Man.”
A Jacksonville Fire Department lieutenant is suing the department for gender discrimination, claiming she was punished for complaining about her male colleagues’ profane comments and pornography.
Rest easy, children of the 90s. This is one childhood favorite that Michael Bay has not wrecked for you.
The latest Marvel Studios comic-book-to-film extravaganza brings lots of action and laughs, and also a not-so-healthy helping of cheese. Thankfully, most of it works.
With a solid and occasionally clever script and a talented cast, this “Hercules” film is far more enjoyable than the one in theaters last January, and its worthy of your attention.
Much more akin to “The Fifth Element” than it is to “La Femme Nikita” and “Leon: The Professional”, Lucy, the latest from writer/director Luc Besson, might just be his most ambitious work yet.
Thoughtful, ambitious, and character-driven from start to finish, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is a worthy sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.”
Incoherent, nonsensical, at times physically nauseating to watch in 3D, and perhaps worst of all mind-numbingly long at 2 hours and 45 minutes, “Transformers: Age of Extinction” sets a new all-time low for the 80’s toy line-inspired franchise.
“Edge of Tomorrow”, Tom Cruise’s latest venture into sci-fi action, may look in the commercials like little more than “Groundhog Day” with explosions, but given a closer look you’ll find a imaginatively conceived and consistently engaging thrill ride that will surprise you just about every time you think you have it figured out.
Though cumbersome and clunky at certain moments, X-Men: Days of Future Past still manages to deliver on its promise of bringing together the well-remembered cast of the original X-Men trilogy with the newcomers of 2011’s X-Men: First Class into a highly enjoyable time-traveling period drama thrill ride.