This is a film that tries your patience to the limit, yet it’s enthusiastically affable.
The film is flashy in all the right ways, its dreamy and dazzling costumes punctuated with spirited and elaborate staging and set pieces.
“The Disaster Artist” is a good movie about a bad cult classic that embodies the essence of Hollywood: dream big, stumble spectacularly, but never let your failures define you.
The popular ’90s lifeguard drama has been brought to the big screen.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: The mildly amusing “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” isn’t quite the laugh a minute riot that the previews promised, but
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” is the latest recycled sequel to a movie that wasn’t good in the first place (2014’s “Neighbors“).