The best thing about Baz Luhrmann’s much-anticipated/much-dreaded The Great Gatsby is that it is unmistakably F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.
In this age of digital video, the cool kids are making docs.
Starring Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez, this beach-party pic is a giant middle finger in Disney's direction.
James Franco is generally unconvincing as the title character in this 3-D prequel.
Our film critic gives his moment-by-moment take on every award, speech, and bit of banter.
I didn’t think it was physically possible to doze off at a movie as loud as A Good Day to Die Hard.
Richard Lagravenese’s adaptation of the YA supernatural romance novel is deliciously overripe, but something's missing.
Whatever your view of its subject, Koch makes for a vital piece of New York history.
It’s rare to see a piece of crap that actually looks and sounds like a piece of crap.
He'll talk Oscar films with A.O. Scott, Lisa Schwarzbaum, and Columbia University's Annette Insdorf.
Starring Jessica Chastain, Mama reminds how and why good horror flicks work so well.
A semi-autobiographical debut film from the creator of The Sopranos.
Every bullet generates a whoopee-cushion’s worth of red sauce.
The German provocateur has discovered a real-world antagonist even more brutal than he is: time.
"The Hobbit probably plays better at the normal frame rate, but how much better?"
"I don't think friendly interrogation frankly is quite as cinematic."
The film's tasteless bombardment would, under most circumstances, send audiences screaming from the theater, but the film is going to be a monster hit and award winner, and not entirely unjustly.
One of them is a terrorist.
This year was the most difficult I’ve ever had to pick ten favorite films, let alone to rank them one to ten.
An unexpectedly modern Lincoln, the mercilessly gripping Zero Dark Thirty, the happy submission of Pitch Perfect, and more.