Weddings, musicals, cabins, and male entertainers.
Sing is a film that deliberately plays to all of Illumination Entertainment’s weaknesses and the results are exactly how that sounds.
Let’s have a brief bit of fun.
The self-indulgence continues!
Let’s ring in the New Year with a list of 2015’s finest performances.
These films are all that I need, when I’m lying here in their arms.
The Year in Review begins with a list of the best individual scenes of 2015.
Pixels has insufficient quarters, Southpaw goes down in the fifth, Paper Towns exposes the flimsy construction of the John Green empire, nobody wanted to see what The Vatican Tapes didn’t want us to see, and Other Box Office News.
Ant-Man shrinks the standard Marvel opening, Trainwreck is anything but a, Mr. Holmes effortlessly cracks The Mystery of How to Get Into the Top 10, these puns are awful even by my standards, and Other Box Office News.
The Minions are their own boss, The Gallows has made back its budget 100x over, people were selfish and didn’t see Self/Less, it’s not been a good week to be a limited release, and Other Box Office News.