The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Ritchie, 2015)

Now, there are Guy Ritchie movies and there are Guy Ritchie movies. Find out which kind of Guy Ritchie movie Alex McKee thinks The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is. [Read more…]

Southpaw (Fuqua, 2015)

It is a testament to film’s great storytelling that a movie about a boxer makes the big final fight second fiddle to the story of a man and his daughter. [Read more…]

Ant-Man (Reed, 2015)

Honestly, Ant-Man has more things I liked than any comic book movie since…Batman Begins maybe? [Read more…]

Jurassic World (Trevorrow, 2015)

Jurassic World (★★) is not a bad movie, but it is such a contentedly, non-aspirationally mediocre one that it often feels worse than it is. [Read more…]

Spy (Feig, 2015)

Here’s the twist: Spy was funny. [Read more…]

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris With Love (Fair, 2015)

From Paris With Love is not going to make Signed, Sealed, Delivered the next breakout show, but on a weekend where the choices at the multiplex are pretty crass (Entourage, Spy), it’s a serviceable diversion for the audience segment that eschews R-rated films altogether. [Read more…]