The Choice promises a better movie than it can deliver, even for a Nicholas Sparks' adaptation.
Despite a likable cast, How to Be Single doesn't deserve your time, or your significant others' either.
Despite its talented leads, Tumbledown is a maudlin effort that never quite justifies its hard-knocked sentimentality.
The Finest Hours is little too soggy, and a little too lifeless, to float on by.
Kung Fu Panda feels a little more tired and a little less inspired than the films before, it still packs a powerful punch.
Norm of the North defies expectations and explanation.
Daddy's Home is a by-the-numbers crowd-pleaser that fails to please.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip drives the live-action/animation hybrid franchise into the ground for good (in other words, it's very, very bad).
Though it may be called The Ridiculous 6, it's a lot like your typical Adam Sandler comedy. But it's not as bad as you think (nor is it any good).
'Man Up' is exactly the kind of surprise you want to find from the rom-com genre.
Just as the cold begins to settle in, here are some recommendations on what to watch on Netflix to keep your warm and cozy for the impending holiday season.