William Eubank's reach exceeds his grasp, but his twisty second feature establishes him as an interesting filmmaker to watch
An uneven metaphorical core and a decidedly incomplete mythology prevents "Oculus" from reflecting anything truly haunting
Like its namesake, this portrait of the iconic activist thrives on quiet efficacy rather than conspicuous theatricality
Denis Villenueve's second collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal feels like a riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in an arachnophobe's worst nightmare
This SXSW premiere stars Lewis and Jonny Weston as two outcasts who find each other in a sweet, sensitive film that doesn't settle for easy...
Eva Green stands out in a film that's otherwise a similar second serving of slo-mo ultraviolence and showy camera work
Director McG's latest suggests the director wasn't kidding when he named his last movie "This Means War"
This reworking of the 1986 comedy gets so much right about love and relationships that you'll forgive the occasional cliché in the screenplay by Leslye...
More "Meaningless" than "Mean Girls," Mark Waters' vampire-themed thriller drowns overprivileged teens in an overcomplicated mythology
Ultimately, "Best Night Ever" feels more like "worst movie ever"
Producers reportedly took over director Joe Lynch's celebration of live-action roleplaying and reduced it to a repetitive punchline
A needless multicamera setup becomes a trap for a promising idea and a pair of gifted filmmakers
This retelling of Hercules' mythology doesn't feature 12 labors, but 99 -- one for each minute the audience has to sit through
Growing pains and the price of fame take center stage in this tour-documentary follow-up to "Never Say Never"
Insufferably inane movie assumes that youngsters think paleontology isn't cool -- and that the irritating performances by John Leguizamo and Justin Long will be funny
"I thought, if I could make a film about corruption, it would be an interesting place to start with personal corruption"
"To suddenly work opposite someone who is 12 who was just mind-blowingly focused, graceful, effortless, disciplined, deeply moving, I found it shifted the goalposts for...
Clearer and more engaging than its predecessor, this second installation in the "Hobbit" trilogy deftly brings out the human side of dwarves and elves while...
When bombs are falling and people are dying, it's hard to care a hill of beans about the problems of two underdeveloped and self-indulgent characters
The hard-to-pin-down actress says "certain things that make sense to me when they're on the page"
"Their imaginations were so pure, so alive, that I thought, if I make another film, I want it to be about these kids"
The themes of revenge and redemption feel muddled as Josh Brolin fights his way though an uninspired retooling of the Park Chan-Wook original
Frank Pavich's documentary chronicles the rise and fall of "the greatest film never made"
Director Alex Gibney approaches his subject with the same sort of emotional detachment that Armstrong brings to his confessions
"Ender's Game" is a rare example of filmmaking with a scalpel at a scale that usually demands a hatchet
Payne's latest meets at an unexpectedly powerful crossroads between hazy optimism and clear-eyed nostalgia
Mikael Hafstrom movie hints at bigger ambitions but is impossible to take seriously
Bill Condon's film offers a complex but ultimately one-sided portrait of charismatic Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
Adapted with unironic earnestness by Julian Fellowes, the latest adaptation of Shakespeare's classic stage play effectively chronicles young love but doesn't transcend it
The French director's latest film combines quirky visuals and raw emotion to tell an imaginative, powerful love story