Abominable (2019) has fluffiness to spare, but not much else.

With impeccable timing, Dreamworks has released its Sinophilic family animation “Abominable” at a time when there’s surely no risk of controversy, right? The movie offers a familiar fable of plucky teenage independence, friendship and environmental issues with an edge as soft and fluffy as its title character. Its lightweight nature wouldn’t be so bad if…

The Emoji Movie (2017) Review

😡                       Oh, sorry – did you want more than that? Okay. This is a lazy, cynical exercise in filmmaking driven by executive hubris and utter contempt for the audience. Ill-conceived, muddled and creatively bankrupt, Sony have shattered the rock bottom for animated fare in…

Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016) Review

They say the dose makes the poison and your enjoyment of boisterous comedy “Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates” will depend very much on your individual tolerance of Adam Devine. Mike and Dave Stangle (Adam Devine and Zac Efron), the poster boys for arrested development, are given an ultimatum leading up to their beloved sister’s…