“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
Terry Gilliam’s latest asks complicated questions about human existence, and hides the answers in plain sight
The "Kung Fu Hustle" director's follow up is the "result of a virtuoso working at the absolute peak of his talents"
Unfortunately, Roth's abundant gore fails to either offend or exhilarate
Reeves' goofily charming directorial debut has visceral energy and immediacy but lacks the substance to follow through on its martial-arts mysticism
Director Nimrod Antal pays tribute to the band with an epic concert film, but feeble fiction
Another portion of terrific comedy that avoids feeling like warmed-up lefotvers
Writer-director David E. Talbert's new film feels like the African-American version of Anna Faris’ “What’s Your Number”
Though exposing the underbelly of an American institution, it fails to offer any sort of real critique or feature any characters to care about
George Clooney also stars in the director's follow-up to "Children of Men"
Benson Lee's fictionalization of his superlative documentary opts for storytelling clichés rather than compelling dance sequences
From the freckles on Judy Garland’s cheeks to the sculpted hairstyles of the Lollipop Guild, everything has a wonderful tangibility -- even when it’s hopelessly...
Well-acted by Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman, but this conventional psychological thriller pretends it's something more complex.