Jamie Lee Curtis makes a terrific return as Laurie Strode, now a grandma haunted by the murders of her youth.
The Oscar winner tells Chicago crowd she’s playing a woman motivated by love, and “I simply don’t get those roles.”
Jeff Bridges and Dakota Johnson lead knockout cast of a darkly funny thriller that spatters blood with panache.
Young, brilliant Amandla Stenberg anchors the story as a teen living two lives and uncomfortable in both.
Ryan Gosling’s the right choice to embody the astronaut’s cool reserve in NASA story in a class with “The Right Stuff” and “Apollo 13.”
The unlikable dorks putting down stakes in the sitcom have all the appeal of a mosquito in your sleeping bag.
The Chicago native and ‘Mindy Project’ actor also directs the film about political arguments in an age when people’s ‘brains are breaking a bit.’
In a dark, timely comedy, Mary Elizabeth Winstead does strong work as an acerbic veteran of the stand-up stage who’s her own worst enemy.
Not even the star, the great Tom Hardy, can rescue the tone-deaf origin story.
The retiring screen great goes out in style with charming work as a kindly career criminal.
The first-time director and his winning co-star, Lady Gaga, create a powerful showbiz fable with emotions relatable to everyone.
In a carefully crafted character study directed by Ethan Hawke, Ben Dickey gives a magnificent, natural performance as volatile musician Blaze Foley.
Bradley Cooper, debuting as director, tells Roeper, Chicago fans live performances were key to retelling classic showbiz tale with co-star Lady Gaga.
Before the wheels come off at the end, the violent fable offers compelling shots and interesting work by John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix and others.
The actress is memorable in one of her most demanding roles yet: a French woman who grows from teen to wife to bold, controversial icon.