The Best of Everything:
The best of those great, mid-century "can women have it all?" workplace
melodramas, starring Joan Crawford as the over-the-hill execuBitch from
somewhere just north of Hell, and Hope Lange as the naive strumpet
trying to learn from her mistakes.
The Aviator: Somebody just give Martin Scorsese an Oscar already so he can go back to plotless, character-driven anti-epics. Oh wait, that's what this is. Well, give him an Oscar anyway.
Are We There Yet?: In a reasonably savvy expansion-of-empire move, Ice Cube does one for the kids. 27 on MetaCritic? Well, they can't all be XXX...
Pooh's Heffalump Movie: Kids today are probably way too hip for Winnie the Pooh. That's okay, it's good for them, so make them eat it anyway.
Tony Rome, The Detective, and Lady in Cement: "Deserted by his former Rat Pack comrades, Sinatra seems a lonely, anachronistic figure" in these detective movies, says Dave Kehr. But The Detective "stands out for the ambitiousness of its screenplay".