New interviews, archival footage and classic clips celebrate the greats.
The melodrama about relief doctors in Liberia (Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem) domes across more as brutal two-hour lecture than effective drama.
Likable Jenny Slate reteams with her “Obvious Child” director for a comedy with a keen ear for the rhythms of dialogue and family interaction.
Her bombshell super-spy punches, kicks and stabs her way through a ridiculous, ultra-violent and deliriously entertaining adventure.
Kathryn Bigelow directs a searing, pulse-pounding interpretation of 1967 events where police tortured, abused and assaulted a dozen “suspects.”
The blood-soaked potboiler is what we used to call a “popcorn movie.”
The hit-and-miss antics of the four reunited friends are infused with energy and a cheerfully free-spirited political incorrectness.
Wooden Cara Delevingne and Dane DeHaan play space operatives in an excruciatingly repetitive, sparsely plotted, weird-for-the-sake-of-being-weird bomb
Director Christopher Nolan has crafted a tight, gripping, deeply involving and unforgettable film that ranks among the best war movies of the decade.
It’s something of a B-movie treat to see the stars of “The Juror” throwing themselves with great gusto into another lurid thriller.