Like the crooked officers at its center, the movie doesn’t mind bending rules. But all the taunting and trolling ultimately adds up to mediocrity.
Back in his comfort zone of awkward geniuses, Jesse Eisenberg plays a trader trying to speed up transactions by running cable across half the country.
We’re to believe the postwar colonel’s Nazi-hating wife (Keira Knightley) can’t resist the allure of the dashing Deutschlander in the attic.
Kevin Costner does his stoic, period-piece lawman thing to perfect effect as the old-school Texas Ranger Frank Hamer.
Its bizarre pleasures include funny gags, bloody battles and top-notch work by actors playing both a family and its murderous doppelgangers.
Enlisted to whip Uncommon James into shape on Episode 3 of Season 2, Jay Cutler delivers, while others liberally misuse the word “literally.”
REVIEW: Pilsen rebels put up resistance in the new movie “Captive State,” a futuristic vision that’s more social commentary than sci-fi adventure.
’70s period piece takes some liberties in relating how small-time criminals attempted to steal some $30 million said to be from the Nixon campaign.
In a dark, blood-spattered Western, the murderous interloper forms an uneasy alliance with the Irish undertaker (Emile Hirsch).I
The ingenious actress’ latest achievement is a nightclub regular who hasn’t moved past her divorce — a decade ago.
Frank talk about housework, poultry private parts and various human functions on Episode 2 of Season 2.
With few words, the actor conveys the suicidal man’s despair as flashbacks reveal how he got there.
After a beautiful, jarring hip-hop number, the visually gifted director Gaspar Noe spoils the fun with vapid gossip and a sick orgy of bloodshed.
Who did the filmmakers originally want over Hugh Grant? That and more in this week’s rundown.
The outlandish retelling of sagebrush legend stars Dane DeHaan as a preening Billy the Kid and Ethan Hawke as his pursuer, Pat Garrett.