The war between parents and jaded teachers had to be more clever to warrant all the prerelease protests.
You must remember this: The fundamental things don’t apply as time goes by in the ballyhooed time-travel thriller Looper.
Eastwood plays an aging baseball scout in this formulaic drama.
There’s nothing here that you haven’t already seen, but the film has moments so riveting that you might not care too much.
And there's nothing wrong with that.
Emma Watson stars in this exquisite adaption of the best-selling YA novel.
Lots of stars: Channing Tatum, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Rosario Dawson ...
This new financial drama places us smack-dab at the center of an amoral universe.
A piece of stark, often abrasive American mythmaking.
Plagiarism’s all the rage-arism in this Bradley Cooper film.
Ira Sachs’s haunting, melancholy film charts a multi-year love affair between two men.
This autobiographical monologue-film stars and is directed by funnyman Mike Birbiglia.
It's basically a Jewish version of The Exorcist.
Two films in which girls talk dirty.
John Hillcoat's latest is dead weight: listlessly classical and then bludgeoning.
This film is a rare bird — one that pretends to be nothing more than it is.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard star in this hybrid car-chase flick–romantic comedy.
The Wire's Dominic West stars alongside Rebecca Hall in this twenties-England-set ghost tale.
Frank Langella stars in this tale about an elderly ex–jewel thief and his robot assistant.
The good news is, there are great musical numbers in Whitney Houston's last film. That's also the bad news.
Robert Pattinson stars in this adaptation of a Don DeLillo book.
Made by the same studio that did Coraline, this 3-D animated movie is full of nostalgia for shlocky old horror flicks.
This sequel is aggressively dumb, aggressively macho, and just plain aggressively aggressive.
This is the movie with the boy who has leaves on his legs.
Fiction should just throw in the towel when it comes to modern American politics.