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The immoral antics of teens with a time machine gives responsible parents reason not to take their own teens along for the ride.
The new drama starring Kevin Costner avoids stereotypes and easy answers, but its appealing characters are deployed mostly as stand-ins for recognizable social groups and tendencies.
Disney’s animated riff on Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a pleasing jaunt but it’s hobbled with a story by George Lucas.
The action comedy “Mortdecai” (Lionsgate) tries to evoke the genius of British novelist P.G. Wodehouse while also conjuring up the sort of movies parodied by the “Austin Powers” series.
As a vehicle for its star, Jennifer Lopez, the trashy thriller is basically a garbage truck. If the movie weren’t so offensive, it’d be laughable, writes our reviewer.
The real depredations of Alzheimer’s disease and its toll on the families of the afflicted are not on display in the flawed film, despite a sensitive and appealing performance by Julianne Moore.
Director Clint Eastwood’s sober drama escorts viewers through both the agonizing dilemmas and the longer-term complexities that confronted America’s most celebrated sharpshooter in Iraq, the soldier on whom the film’s action centers.
Hollywood offers a belated Christmas gift in “Paddington” (TWC-Dimension), a delightful, warmhearted comedy for the entire family.
In the rapidly expanding, increasingly menacing world of cybercrime, hackers bent on fomenting chaos are known as blackhats.