An intriguing tale from the “Fault in Our Stars” author reminds us that cool kids struggle to live up their own legends
If a sci-fi movie feels like a rip-off of the 1960s classic “Seconds,” does that make it “Thirds”?
If the first movie was a serious drama disguised as a ladies’ night out, this follow-up is a bachelorette party you have to wait almost...
A sense of the absurd livens up this saga of the little yellow henchmen, thrust into the spotlight after two “Despicable Me” movies
This vibrant film is a bit of a mess, but it’s a beautiful one
Director Antoine Fuqua’s entertaining riches-to-rags-and-back saga could have been made in 1935 – not that that’s a bad thing
TheWrap’s film critic Alonso Duralde rates all the animation studio’s features, placing this week’s “Inside Out” in the top half
With heroes Joy (Amy Poehler) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith), this beautiful, moving animated epic will make you feel lots of feelings
Four decades of the late-night comedy and producer Lorne Michaels are explored with all the fawning toothlessness of an infomercial
‘Jurassic World’ Review: Chris Pratt’s Character, Like the Screenplay, Feels as Lab-Generated as the Dinos
The nonsensical story is bad enough without depriving Pratt of his charm and good humor in a generic, square-jawed leading-man role
The scares are OK in this third movie, but the veteran character actress makes the most of a meaty role and lots of screen time
If you’ve never seen the long-gone HBO series, you may wonder why you’re supposed to care about any of these entitled Hollywood jerks
Starring in a second adaptation of a graphic novel by Posy Simmonds, Gemma Arterton cuts Flaubert’s heroine a little slack
The characters in Cameron Crowe’s latest film are sketchy at best, and the dialogue that comes out of their mouths never rings true
One can only imagine what disaster-meister Irwin Allen might have done with 21st century CGI effects, but this destruction saga gives us a pretty good...
This adaptation of a British novel boasts the voices of Hailee Steinfeld and Kiernan Shipka and the lush visuals you’d expect — but the narrative...
This remake pales next to the 1982 original, of course, but also in comparison to movies like “The Conjuring” and “Paranormal Activity,” which already stripped...
Kodi Smit-McPhee co-stars as the tenderest of tenderfoots in this quiet and sometimes droll oater that simultaneously mythologizes and de-mythologizes the American West
‘Pitch Perfect 2’ Review: Anna Kendrick and Company Make the Second Verse Almost as Good as the First
This tuneful, entertaining sequel almost makes you forget that it’s pretty much the same joke, told twice
Three decades away from the series hasn’t diminished writer-director George Miller’s ability to craft an intense, breathless opera of violence and vehicular mayhem
This satire of media-age narcissism vacillates between biting humor and cuddly understanding without successfully nailing either tone
This portrait of legendary interior designer and fashionista Iris Apfel feels less like “Grey Gardens” and more like recent docs celebrating Joan Rivers and Elaine...
‘Far From the Madding Crowd’ Review: Carey Mulligan Gets Swept Along in a CliffsNotes Version of Thomas Hardy
This new adaptation races from incident to incident, with no time left over for breathing, much less character development
This sequel has its share of thrills and laughs, but you can feel the requirements of franchise empire-building weighing it down
There are more helicopter shots of casinos than there are laughs in this lifeless sequel
This relationship between a journalist and an accused murderer may have unfolded in real life, but it doesn’t make the movie about them any more...
An unfriendly ghost terrorizes high schoolers in a Skype chat room in a gimmicky yet effective computer creepshow
A trio of captivating performances helps keep the film grounded even when writer-director Olivier Assayas gets adrift in the plot
Supposed love interest Britt Robertson, not to mention Alan Alda’s magical geezer character, can barely compete with the camera’s obsessive adoration of Clint’s son
A fascinating true-life story of reclaiming art stolen by the Nazis gets flattened into familiar, feel-good tropes