Dirty jokes have never been presented in such a cute manner as “For A Good Time, Call…”
“The Words” is a visually wonderful film that unfortunately falls flat in its story telling as it tries to be inspiring.
It’s lights, camera, action, as the 13th Annual Sacramento Film & Music Festival kicks off its Summerfest.
“The Campaign” is a welcoming political satire that mocks the current state of American politics.
The fourth film in the Bourne franchise shows that a series can continue without the title character, but don’t expect it to out shine the previous films.
“Ruby Sparks” is sweet, dark, and an interesting story of the human imagination.
This remake does nothing more than prove that Hollywood has gotten lazy and tired.
If you smoke pot and like idiotic one-liners and phallic-driven jokes, then “The Watch” is the must-see film of the year!
The triumph of “The Dark Knight Rises” is how it builds off the previous films and develops the characters in an all too real manner.
In this poor sequel, “Ice Age: Continental Drift” floats far away from the characters that made the first film so fun to watch.
“The Amazing Spider-Man” not only spins the character in a new light, but it also sheds some comic book history.
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane has found great success in mixing the improbable with the “real world,” and “Ted” follows that same formula with the living teddy bear.