Like the love child of “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Twelfth Night” and “Cinderella”-- I know that doesn’t make sense, but either does much of this movie -- “After the Ball” is a modern day fairy tale set against the backdrop of the fashion industry.
The first time around “Hot Tub Time Machine” stars John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke, grappled with the mysteries of the Red Bull-fuelled space and time continuum as they tripped back in time to the Regan years.
“McFarland” is based on the life of Jim White, a hothead football coach who worked his way down from good paying jobs at big schools to taking an assistant coach position in McFarland, California, one of the poorest towns in America.
According to the movies high school is made up of a few, very specific characters. There’s the good-looking jock whose life isn’t nearly as rosy off field as it is on. The standard issue mean girl with an attitude and feathered hair, the supportive best friends and the outsider who discovers they’re more of an insider than they ever could have imagined.
Based on Jason Robert Brown’s Off-Broadway hit, “The Last Five Years” is a musical about half a decade in the relationship of struggling actress Cathy (Anna Kendrick) and novelist husband Jamie (“Smash” star Jeremy Jordan). Told from two perspectives the story weaves and bobs as we’re told, simultaneously, about the birth and death of their love affair.
SpongeBob SquarePants belongs to the same genus of entertainers as Soupy Sales, Stan Laurel and Pee Wee Herman. They're sweet and unpredictable with a surreal streak that transcends silly and borders on high art.
Everyone knows the children of George Lucas, Han, Luke and Leia, will be closing out the year with the December release of "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens." What is perhaps less well known is that another Lucas fantasy kicks off 2015.
Canada AM film critic Richard Crouse reviews 'The Interview,' the controversial film -- featuring Seth Rogan and James Franco -- that was initially pulled from cinemas, before being release online and on a small number of screens on Christmas Day.
Jason Bateman leads the large ensemble cast as Judd Altman, a successful radio producer who comes home one afternoon to find his wife (Abigail Spencer) in bed with his boss. His perfectly constructed world falls a part, sending him onto a tailspin that is only compounded by the death of his father.