Here’s a film you’d expect a studio to roll out in the late 1800s.
For all its visual inventiveness, there’s something inert about the late Henson’s fantasy adventure.
It reimagines your average James Bond flick as kiddie porn.
Thelma & Louise’s feminist call to arms winds up sounding woefully simple-minded.
The film is ultimately owned by Christopher Walken, who in only a couple of scenes seems more than willing to gluttonously walk away with the entire film by himself.
Laurel Canyon’s most infuriating quality is that it telegraphs where it’s going in about 10 minutes.
After last year’s Return to Neverland, Disney continues to trick audiences into seeing its straight-to-video titles on the big screen.
At least four of this year’s potential Best Picture nominees share an allegiance with the Weinstein brothers.