Everything is awesome in The Lego Movie that breathes life into the beloved toys with a beautifully animated world full of funny nods to Hollywood films.
In “I, Frankenstein”, Aaron Eckhart gets to battle Bill Nighy in a beautifully animated and choreographed war.
“Robocop” talks a lot about emotions and the human heart but has neither. Is it still worth seeing? Read on to find out.
The Coen brothers return with a deadpan comedy set in 1961 that follows Oscar Isaac as an out-of-luck folk singer in “Inside Llewyn Davis”.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio team up for a wonderfully disgusting tale of debauchery.
Colin Firth shines in a true tale of revenge and forgiveness with an emotionally complex performance that makes “The Railway Man” an instant classic.