Rev. Toller, a boozing basket case, is the latest man of darkness created by “Taxi Driver” writer Paul Schrader.
The comedian turns in haunting work as a Polish detective, but at times the film’s depiction of women in distress seems gratuitous.
George Clooney, Lenny Kravitz and other celebs remember their pleasant (and private) nights at the Manhattan institution.
Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, Mary Steenburgen and Candice Bergen keep doing the inexplicable — like running to the airport to stop someone’s trip.
Entertaining prequel keeps dropping ingenious hints about people and gadgets and friendships to come for the cocky young pilot.
Ryan Reynolds is in peak form as the anguished but animated superhero, now working with a fantastically dysfunctional band of misfits.
‘Dark Knight’ director Christopher Nolan, who oversaw creation of the new print, calls it ‘an analog version’ richer than recent digital releases.
The lurid and highly stylized neon-noir stars Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg and Mike Myers as a severely twisted janitor.
We’ve seen parents crashing their kids’ colleges before, but never with this much humor or star power.
A sweet and knowing coming-of-age story has us caring about the characters from the get-go.
Children and teenagers save the day in “A Quiet Place,” “Ready Player One,” “Black Panther” and other films big and small.
Once you look past the franchises and reboots, the sunny months have a lot to offer, from survival at sea to a puppet detective.
The versatile actress plays a brain hacker suspected of murder in a creative, futuristic vision from the writer of ‘The Truman Show.’
Challenging but also deeply thoughtful, story focuses on women with a romantic past who reunite after one marries.
Doing some of her best work, Charlie Theron reunites with ‘Young Adult’ director for a domestic comedy/drama with some strange detours.