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.
Universal desperately hopes you’re afraid of the dark as they reboot their “Mummy” franchise this weekend.
With cineplexes awash with spandex-clad superhero flicks, and codpieces up the wazoo, we can finally welcome the definitive superheroine, “Wonder Woman.”
Odds are fans will hoist the mizzenmast for Jack Sparrow’s latest (and rumored last–yeah, right) adventure, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”