Ridley Scott's return to the science fiction genre delivers a fast-paced and exhilarating science fiction movie experience.
Despite the mature plotline, Moe, Larry, and Curly deliver outstanding performances as the Three Stooges and brought out a lot of hysterical laughing from my two little kids.
Wreck-It Ralph is great for both parents and kids, with parents loving their favorite old time game references and kids loving the new games that they can then go home and play at Disney.com.
Breaking Dawn Part 1 caters completely to fans and most likely confuses everyone else with its by the book plot about Edward and Bella's wedding, honeymoon, and pregnancy.
Warrior, starring Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton, and Nick Nolte follows the lives of two estranged brothers torn apart by their abusive father.
Little Orphan Esther finds a new home with John and Kate Coleman, but as the poster says, there's something wrong with her.
Renee Zellweger and Bradley Cooper star in this horror movie about a seemingly innocent looking girl with something to hide.
Emily Browning stars in Zack Snyder's latest eye candy movie, in which five girls attempt to escape from an asylum.
Both curious and in need of a reward for my kids, I took them to see Gnomeo and Juliet, which turned out cuter than I expected.
Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan star in a reboot of the classic 1984 martial arts movie The Karate Kid. Only this time with kung-fu...