How do you make Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart unfunny? Watch this film to find out!
An alarmingly jacked up Sean Penn stars in this tired action thriller.
Second film in the dystopian series starts slow and never quite takes off.
A friendship between two old gangsters is destroyed when one kills the other's son.
Kenneth Branagh's live-action version of the classic fairytale is beautiful, magical, and...totally unnecessary.
It's the script that feels unfinished in this bizarre comedy.
Will Smith stars in a conman movie without any good cons.
Thoughts on the 2015 Oscars ceremony.
A relationship musical where you're rooting for the characters to break up.
Boyhood or Birdman? Birdman or Boyhood? It's Time To Pick Sides
It's like the '80s all over again!
A street smart young man gets a chance to be James Bond in this cartoonish thriller.
Over-stuffed sci-fi is like three films crammed into one.
J-Lo's latest is so bad it's good. Really.
How many ways can two families screw up a custody battle?
Bradley Cooper is the best thing in Clint Eastwood's overly simplified war film.
A few thoughts (and grumbles) on today’s Oscar nominations.
A style editor, an awards maven, and Ron rate the Golden Globes dresses.
Paul Thomas Anderson just misses the mark in this shaggy stoner noir.
By humanizing Martin Luther King Jr., Ava DuVernay's wonderful film only serves to amplify his greatness.
Benedict Cumberbatch shines as the strange genius who broke the Nazi code.
Tim Burton shares the incredible true story behind those inexplicably popular paintings of moon-eyed children.
Angelina Jolie's film about a real-life American war hero is too earnest for its own good.
Finally, an Annie for everyone.
Steve Carell and company lay it on a little too thick in this tragic tale of a wrestler and his billionaire benefactor.
Here are my 22 favorite films of 2014.
Chris Rock almost directs the film we've all been waiting for.
One woman's arduous journey of self discovery.
Why are some films considered Oscar contenders while others aren't?
You'll never look at a children's book the same way.
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.
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