Two more sequels arrive this weekend—“Annabelle: Creation” and “Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature”—and should finish 1, 2 atop the summer slowdown.
Reshoots, re-edits, and whisperings of revolt (mostly from preview audiences) have cluttered the trail of “The Dark Tower.”
“There’s an old adage that goes: ‘Into each a life, a little crap must fall.’ I’m not sure whoever said that had ‘The Emoji Movie’ in mind.” — Jeff Bock
May we recommend a night of creature-filled fun!
A list of films to keep you grounded.
The sequel slump ends here, thanks to some needed ha-ha hijinks courtesy of Illumination Entertainment’s chief mischief-makers, the Minions, in Despicable Me 3.
Girl loves her giant pet pig; girl loses her giant pet pig; girl tries to save her giant pet pig. And it’s a must-see!
Sure, “The Last Knight” won’t live up to the previous records of the “Transformers” lineage, but does it really need to?
Cars 3 drives into theaters at the right time. Captain Underpants never got past Wonder Woman’s super-wedgie. As for The Mummy? It wasn’t so family friendly.
Director Saket Chaudhury brilliantly explores the issues facing Indian parents who want the best education for their children.