There’s a satisfying thriller at the core of The Mother, but the combination of a bargain basement script and an overly serious tone prove to be a lethal combination.
A suitable antidoted to the midwinter blahs, the action-comedy-romance Shotgun Wedding isn’t anything new, but it sure is a lot more fun than one might expect.
Hustlers is a real gem. The film is star-studded, earnest and heartfelt, and it’s also a crime-drama about a group of women hustling Wall Street scumbags.
The affable, but unexceptional workplace comedy Second Act boasts a surprisingly solid, confident, and lightly inspiring first half before a midpoint twist sends the whole thing onto a different set of tracks in a flash and straight into needlessly manipulative territory.
Jennifer Lopez arrives at the 84th Annual Academy Awards in the dress that had the web pondering whether or not she had some technical diffculties with her wardrobe–better known as a wardrobe malfunction.
New this week on DVD and Blu-ray: Jennifer Lopez stars in the romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan; the sixth and final season of Lost brings the epic series to a big, heartfelt finale; and a look at the third season of the sci-fi series Lexx, starring Brian Downey, Michael McManus, Xenia Seeberg, and Nigel Bennett.
Opening in theatres, Disneynature dives under the waves for their latest documentary, Oceans; a team of double-crossed CIA agents try to blow up their nemesis in the actioner The Losers; and Jennifer Lopez stars in the romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan.