Did you see Planes, Trains and Automobiles or Due Date? You get the point, then.
Soderbergh’s last theatrical release mixes noir and pharmaceuticals.
Leaders of Israel’s secret service open up, sort of, in this Oscar-nominated doc.
On its own degenerate terms, this movie, directed by auteur action darling Walter Hill, works.
The film doesn’t have the conviction to follow through on its lame ideas, let alone its good ones.
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.
The good news is that the actors here appear to be having fun. The bad news is that we’re not.
Ahnuld is back, as he likes to say, in this action movie from Korean auteur Kim Jee-woon.
Starring Jessica Chastain, Mama reminds how and why good horror flicks work so well.
This Russell Crowe–Mark Wahlberg crime film is a welcome surprise in a genre sorely lacking in them of late.
It plays like an untalented 12-year-old’s imitation of Brian DePalma’s The Untouchables.
The film misses out on intimacy.
The climax of Texas Chainsaw 3D is a bit more interesting and unpredictable than the usual horror-movie third act.
Movies like this sometimes make our critic ashamed to be a liberal.
How to be faithful to a revolutionary work of the fifties without turning it into a musty period piece?
It’s painful to see author Lee Childs’s ex-military vigilante embodied by the diminutive Tom Cruise.
A semi-autobiographical debut film from the creator of The Sopranos.
Naomi Watts stars as the matriarch of a family torn apart by the 2004 tsunami.
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.
Alison Brie and Lizzy Caplan are sisters in this alternately sweet and brutally real look at dating.
"The Hobbit probably plays better at the normal frame rate, but how much better?"
Let your liberal morals and cinematic appreciation fight it out.
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.