Domhnall Gleeson and Alicia Vikander co-star in a stylish and thoughtful directorial debut from Alex Garland
Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Matt Smith, Iain De Caestecker and Eva Mendes star in a bombastic exercise in sadism that’s all bluster, no brains
A populist take on simian society and alpha leadership leads to an entertaining look at caste systems in the animal kingdom
Kal Penn leads an up-and-coming cast with Georgie Henley and Kara Hayward in an ambitious and timely film about a modern-day Salem witch trial
The biopic is a better study of Victorian times than a portrait of Effie Gray, who dawdles for much too long before planning her escape...
The veteran trio of Thomas Jay Ryan, James Urbaniak and Parker Posey steals the picture from the younger cast in a capper that’s faithful but...
It’s nowhere near as polished as “Silver Linings Playbook,” but “Serena” teams up Cooper and Lawrence in another romance with vision and sympathy for damaged...
The two make for a great comedy duo, but director Etan Cohen keeps pushing his film to the edge without finding its balance
David Robert Mitchell’s sophomore film reinvents horror by eschewing the genre’s common tricks
Director Hawke finds a fascinating subject — and adopts an overly respectful approach — in his portrait of a charismatic retired concert pianist with a...
An overly familiar premise takes a dark, degrading turn in a nasty, unfun film that’ll benefit neither Heigl nor Wilson’s careers
Kirby Dick’s follow-up to Oscar-nominated doc “The Invisible War” isn’t just a depress-a-thon, but also an inspiring chronicle of grassroots change
‘Drunktown’s Finest’ Review: Native American Drama Touchingly Reveals the Struggles Behind the Stereotypes
Director Sydney Freeland offers a rare glimpse into life on a reservation while treating her characters like people, not sociological specimens
Mae Whitman reveals herself to be one of the funniest actresses of her generation in a spot-on and endlessly quotable take on teenage “dramz” in...
‘Ana Maria in Novela Land’ Review: Smart, Hilarious Trading-Places Comedy is a Future Slumber-Party Classic
A spirited dual performance by Edy Ganem and a pointed telenovela spoof breathe plenty of life into a comedy that offers comfort through familiarity
An admirably demanding sing-through format can’t make up for a lack of chemistry and characters that barely budge off the page
‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Review: Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson’s BDSM Romance Is Mostly Porn Without Plot
Despite some missteps (and misunderstandings of the kinks it should be exploring), this adaptation of E.L. James’ bestseller will leave fans satisfied
Only those suffering severe Nicholas Sparks withdrawal should seek out this syrupy British rom-com, which is a pure sugar overload
Sundance 2015: Céline Sciamma’s portrait of young Parisian women seeking better lives starts strong, but ultimately falls short
Turns out hockey was right up there with nukes and the space race as a key factor in the Cold War
Anna Kendrick, Sam Worthington, Adriana Barraza co-star in this inexplicably panned drama (not a comedy!) that merits serious attention
The film mostly focuses on Lopez herself — a decision that robs it of the symbiosis of fear and attraction that makes an erotic thriller...
Breaking up is hard to do, in this intelligent and near-perfect directorial debut, but coming out to your Iranian-American parents is even harder
‘Song of the Sea’ Review: Dazzling Animation, Original Storytelling from the Makers of ‘The Secret of Kells’
There’s plenty to look at — and a whole lot to puzzle over — in this exquisite and enigmatic adaptation of an Irish epic
From “Boyhood” to “Selma” — Alonso Duralde, Inkoo Kang and James Rocchi offer up their favorite films of the year
Broadway’s favorite orphan finds herself a pawn in a political campaign in this occasionally misanthropic updating of the beloved musical
Scandinavian gloom takes over in Liv Ullmann’s shallow take on August Strindberg’s exploration of class and gender, co-starring Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton
A rousing and fair debate between the little girl’s white grandfather and black grandmother would have lent the film some badly needed dramatic urgency
This arrested-development comedy takes female friendships seriously but strands its miscast leading ladies with the most generic characters possible
‘The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies’ Review: Martin Freeman and Company End Trilogy, Provide Fan Service
Peter Jackson gives us more of the same in this franchise-ender co-starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Evangeline Lilly, and Orlando Bloom