Director Jon Favreau’s genre mashup makes for both a dull Western and a mediocre piece of science fiction, but Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford manage to ride into town and save at least part of the day.
The penultimate month of summer comes to a close with Cowboys & Aliens, Attack the Block, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Devil’s Double and Good Neighbors.
God Bless America: Superheroes, Sex and Single Parenting. Summer nears its home stretch with Captain America: The First Avenger, Friends With Benefits and A Little Help.
The final adventure of The Boy Who Lived is a grand, operatic and richly satisfying curtain call filled with astonishing spectacle, rich emotion and, above all, powerful performances.
Wizards, Serial Killers and Born-Again Christians: this weekend is all about the Harry Potter curtain call, though both Lucky and Salvation Boulevard are looking to lure in a handful of muggles.
The Plight of the Worker, the Mental Patient and the Templar Knight, this weekend is all about recovery from Transformers. Your optons: Horrible Bosses, Zookeeper, The Ward and/or Ironclad.
The third installment in the giant robot franchise is a big, beautiful, shining symphony of chaos from destruction maestro Michael Bay.
Cameron Diaz’s crash course in shock comedy doesn’t quite make the grade…nor does it really deserve detention.
Director Martin Campbell’s noisy, cluttered adaptation of DC’s gonzo comic book series is a glowing, greeny mess.
Comic Book Heroes, Flightless Waterfowl and Privileged Teens: Ryan Reynolds goes ringslinging, Jim Carrey gets stuck penguin-sitting and two teenagers go class-cutting — who will you join this weekend?
A “found footage” adventure fantasy about Norway’s biggest unsung hero, Trollhunter is a somewhat uneven but ultimately delightful wintry yarn.
This origin story/reboot from director Matthew Vaughn is the best X-Men movie to date.
Richard Ayoade’s smart and stylish coming-of-age film makes “quirky” a good thing.
Can three cute and oh so clever indie movies take on the School For Gifted Youngsters? June starts off with Submarine, Beginners, Mr. Nice and X-Men: First Class.