A documentary by the actress-turned-filmmaker.
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.
There are so many good things in The Iceman that one wonders why the movie as a whole doesn’t quite work.
Julianne Moore stars in this modern version of a Henry James story.
Director Shane Black understands that no actor can triumph over a cartoon tin man.
The new film stars Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson.
The cast does its best, but there's little to celebrate here.
This is the third feature by the Arkansas-born director Jeff Nichols (Shotgun Stories and Take Shelter).
It’s To the Horror.
Was Tom Cruise trying to beat out fellow Scientologist John Travolta for the honor of starring in the dumbest sci-fi epic ever?
The Angels’ Share is a rare upbeat Ken Loach comedy.
In this Jackie Robinson biopic, the great American gods of capitalism and baseball triumph over racism, provincialism, and ignorance.
Terrence Malick's latest hunts for big ideas, but doesn't turn up much.
A welcome return to form for Redford the director, if not Redford the star.
Sam Raimi, who directed the original, co-produced this remake.
The effects may have lost some of their novelty, but the film has gained some surprising profundity in twenty years.
The film stars James McAvoy and Rosario Dawson.
The second film from the director of Sundance time-traveling hit Primer is a real mind-twister.
This documentary looks at some theories (You decide whether they're crazy or not) about Kubrick's The Shining.
Movie Review: The Host Is a Conflicted Film — Part Potential Camp Classic, Part Melancholy Meditation
Andrew Niccol’s adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling novel stars Saoirse Ronan.
We could easily just be watching outtakes from The Expendables or The A-Team or The Losers.
Ryan Gosling can't save this overreaching film.
Like Fox's Ice Age films, this caveman story has similar fun juxtaposing prehistoric reality with modern gags.
This revenge-happy "White House under siege" movie is a disgusting piece of work, but it certainly hits its marks.
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd star in the disappointingly by-the-numbers movie.