Daddy's Home is a by-the-numbers crowd-pleaser that fails to please.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip drives the live-action/animation hybrid franchise into the ground for good (in other words, it's very, very bad).
Though it may be called The Ridiculous 6, it's a lot like your typical Adam Sandler comedy. But it's not as bad as you think (nor is it any good).
'Man Up' is exactly the kind of surprise you want to find from the rom-com genre.
Just as the cold begins to settle in, here are some recommendations on what to watch on Netflix to keep your warm and cozy for the impending holiday season.
The Primary Instinct is a touching, constantly insightful and always involving one-man show for character actor Stephen Tobolowsky.
Enriched with stellar performances, particularly from lead Regina Case, The Second Mother is a captivating character study with fruitful social commentary.
Dragon Blade is a flimsy and confused effort, saved occasionally on account of its intended and unintended schlock.
Despite Jason Schwartzman's charm, 7 CHINESE BROTHERS is a slacker dramedy that's a little too half-assed for its own good.
The Mend is not a conventionally enjoyable film, but it's anchored well by an astounding performance from Josh Lucas.
Prince can't shake away its inspirations to make something organic, but its stylish presentation and earnest intentions win out in the end.
Despite an earnest performance from Nicolas Cage, The Runner is a political drama as muddy and swampy as the Louisiana backdrop behind it.