Does any other American president have such an extensive fictional pop-culture mythos?
The generic title and mythic-female-empowerment posters for Brave don’t prepare you for the rollicking comedy to come.
And as a result, we found it hard to surrender to this gentle, wistful film.
It's so magical it even makes Roberto Benigni appealing.
You might spend the whole movie beating your head against the floor to make it stop.
Adam Sandler. Andy Samberg. Comedy.
It’s hard to get on and harder to stay on Todd Solondz’s wavelength, but his films are worth the near-constant recalibrations.
One would expect tons of irony from stars Aubrey Plaza and Mark Duplass. Thankfully, this is not the case.
The stately prequel has none of Alien's visceral punch but no long dull stretches of cat-searching, either.
You can see the plot coming from Yasgur's farm.
The dwarves in this dark film don't do much singing.
There's still talent here in the performances of Josh Brolin and an underrated Jemaine Clement.
If you’re marveling at the irony of Americans and Japanese teaming up to fight an alien sneak attack at Pearl Harbor, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Insipid gender dynamics and an unfocused plot sink this self-help-book-based comedy.
Sacha Baron Cohen's latest is loose and silly and occasionally exhilarating.
For a movie that deals with rape and criminality, Hick is whisper-thin and instantly forgettable.
A poignant and occasionally breathtaking movie about the civil war in Lebanon.
The kids in this magical and grueling film enlarge our sense of what's physically and spiritually possible.
Maggie Smith saves the day, as usual.
Jack Black stars in Richard Linklater's amusing film about a small-town Texas murder.
Jason Segel and Emily Blunt star in this charming film with an odd message.
This boarding school vampire movie is icy and exacting and makes your skin crawl.
This is the battle of the sexes reimagined as competing reading groups.
His beard looks painted on, and so does his edge.
After the first scene, the movie loses its witty economy.