There are few predictable things in India, but one of them is movies starring action hunk Salman Khan. One of Bollywood's three big bankable Khans, he's got blockbuster down to a solid formula: pummel bad guys with bare hands, grumble punchy one-liners and take off shirt to riotous applause. To cushion things even more, …
Quentin Parramore can't pick a favorite among the estimated 1,000 movies he watched in theaters over the past decade.
You get what you pay for with Sex Tape, if that's matinee prices: a little celebrity skin and recycled wink-wink comedy, teasing without much tickling. Dirty minded yet wholesomely executed, like a 6-year-old retelling a smutty joke he doesn't understand.
Clever wordplayers they are, the famed British comedy troupe naming their farewell concerts Monty Python Live (Mostly). The title may refer to a portion of the show at London's O2 arena that, according to reviews, is dedicated to Terry Gilliam's prerecorded, absurdist animation, a staple of the group's Flying …
It's a good thing Charlton Heston didn't live to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. This would've killed him.
By STEVE PERSALL | Times Movie Critic
The only thing not formulaic about this Bollywood movie, opening Friday at AMC Veterans 24 in Tampa, is the name of the main character.
Tony Armer, co-founder of the Sunscreen Film Festival, was recently hired to lead the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Commission — a job made more difficult in recent years when state funding dried up.
Begin Again begins like a lot of movies about musicians, but because it comes from John Carney, it isn't ordinary for long. Carney is the Irish filmmaker who made Once, a slight romance fortified by music, now a Broadway hit. Begin Again is set in a vastly different place and level of success, but …
This summer's hands-down disappointment is Tammy, a mistake we should've seen coming. Looking back at the clues, it was right under our noses.