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Chris Rock writes, directs and stars in Top Five , a semi-autobiographical look at a stand-up comedian turned film star looking for industry respect.
After a string of movies about a bear cop and a bout with substance abuse, Andre Allen (Rock) is taking a break from stand-up and slapstick to do “seriou...
In her best role since she scored an Oscar for Walk the Line , Reese Witherspoon astonishes in Wild , director Jean-Marc Vallée’s follow-up to last year’s Dallas Buyers Club .
The film is based on a memoir of Cheryl Strayed, and Witherspoon plays the author, who took it upon herself to make a solo trek on ...
Ridley Scott somehow makes the Old Testament quite boring in Exodus: Gods and Kings , a laborious treatment of the story of Moses (Christian Bale) and his tumultuous relationship with Ramses (Joel Edgerton).
There are stretches of the movie that look pretty good, including a massive gator attack that t...
In 2011, Charlie Sheen was fired from CBS’ Two and a Half Men for being, well, more Charlie Sheen than he had been during production of the sitcom’s previous seven seasons. He then went on a public-meltdown tour, including the infamous scorched-earth “Winning” carnival that eventually became the actual My...
Why Don’t You Play in Hell? will easily go down as one of 2014’s most insane movies.
Shion Sono writes and directs this outrageous movie about a crazed film crew that finds itself filming real-life events in pursuit of a masterpiece. Those events mostly center around crime-boss Muto (Jun Kunimura) and...
1. Guardians of the Galaxy (Disney)
2. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes * (20th Century Fox)
3. Let's Be Cops (20th Century Fox)
4. The Expendables 3 (Lionsgate)
5. Dolphin Tale 2 * (Warner Bros.)
6. Into the Storm (Warner Bros.)
7. When the Game Stands Tall (Sony)
8. As Above, So Below * (Universal)
9. How to Train Your Dra...