Earnest, righteous, historically accurate and often entertaining, writer-director Brian Helgeland's "42" is pretty much all you could hope for in a Jackie Robinson film biography.
Disney Animation takes a page out of Pixar's well-worn playbook for "Wreck-It Ralph," a screwball farce with a novel setting and more edge than your average Disney 'toon.
Whip Whitaker had an epic layover in Orlando - an all-nighter with a sexy stewardess and much imbibing.
Welcome to the "Hotel Transylvania," where you can check out any time you like, but you will never laugh.
Who knew there was this much fun left in glee clubs so long after "Glee" jumped the shark?
Norman, the young hero of the animated delight "ParaNorman," hears dead people. He sees them, too. So there's no sense trying to comfort him because you think he's missing his dead grandma too much.
"Step Up Revolution" taps into the dance "flash mob" phenomenon and moves to Miami to give us the sunniest and most entertaining of these kids-gotta-dance musicals.
The image of Edgar Allan Poe passed down to us is that of a dour, pale and morbid drunkard, a poet haunted by lovers who died in his arms. But he was also a playful wordsmith, an eviscerating critic, a man fascinated by cryptography (codes) and fond of dissections.
A humorous self-help relationship book becomes an amusing and often biting take on the war between the sexes with "Think Like a Man," based on comic polymath Steve Harvey's "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man."
"The Lucky One" is the edgiest-ever film adaptation of the writings of Nicholas Sparks. Which isn't saying much.