Essie Davis and Noah Wiseman play a mother and young son on the verge of destroying each other in writer-director Jennifer Kent's masterful debut
Meryl Streep, John Lithgow, and James Spader co-star in a brutal but riveting tale that deconstructs the icon of the cowboy hero
A marriage drama about kitsch and the value of art brings out the best in Burton
Ol' Rubber Face is back, as Carrey and Daniels embark on another cross-country road trip, this time with Rob Riggle, Kathleen Turner and Laurie Holden
The charmless, disposable, and ultra-busy "Madagascar" spin-off is more likely to give audiences headaches than laughter
Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller headline Eastwood's attempt to anoint a popular war hero for the modern age
Ghilherme Lobo's Leonardo isn't a disabled gay teen -- but a teen who happens to be disabled and gay -- in a thoughtful and well-rounded...
Disturbing family secrets make for an unexpectedly touching mother-daughter story between Sarah Snook and Joelle Carter, but the scares are mostly missing
Actor exposes the lurid underbelly of TV news while seducing Rene Russo (sexually) and Riz Ahmed (financially) in Dan Gilroy's merciless satire
Hand-drawn animation from legendary director Isao Takahata and a voice cast that also includes James Caan make this a formidable Oscar contender
Stellar cast that includes Gabourey Sidibe, Thomas Jane, and Christopher Meloni makes for a thoughtful dud that takes too long to take flight
Earnestness creeps into, and ultimately sinks, this goofy comedy, though not before the film gets in some very shrewd jokes and wonderfully delirious flights of...
Sam Rockwell and Gretchen Mol co-star in what may be Lynn Shelton's best film yet: a man-child comedy about women
Tessa Thompson and Tyler James Williams headline a timely and important look at black identity and how it's informed by by stereotypes in the media
Star's clashes with obstinate father Robert Duvall resonate but film goes down too cynically sweet
A wonderful cast with Viola Davis, Bill Hader, Isabelle Huppert, and Ciarán Hinds delivers standout performances in a two-part film that never really adds up
Annabelle Wallis and Alfre Woodard deal with motherhood and a killer doll in this modestly ambitious horror tale
Workaholic Franco delivers a forgettable performance alongside Kate Hudson and Tom WIlkinson in a B-movie far beneath his usual artistic or commercial ambitions
Rosamund Pike and Christopher Plummer accompany Pegg as he globe-trots
As the last good man in a pre-apocalyptic NYC, Neeson evinces just enough hauntedness to make this game of cat and evil mice feel like...
Henson makes for a sexy and tragic protagonist in this women-empowerment thriller about domestic violence, but Elba plays a troubling stereotype in this film that...
Chastain has much better chemistry with co-stars Viola Davis and Isabelle Huppert than with her on-screen husband (played by McAvoy), while the thrown-together love story...
Co-starring Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman, this conscientious sequel nears the Platonic ideal of edutainment
This Elmore Leonard adaptation is late-summer piffle, but Aniston and a sharp supporting cast make it an exceedingly entertaining one
The stealth faithiness of this awkward football docudrama is just one of several ingredients that don't play well together
The veteran actors' spot-on, heartbreaking portrayal of an older couple buffeted about by discrimination and Manhattan's prohibitive rents highlights a moving film that doesn't always...
There's a distinct lack of humanity in this zombie-rom-com, resulting in not enough brains nor heart to chew on
This adaptation of the Lois Lowry best-seller gets adolescence right and everything else wrong
Smart and provocative, this portrait of the true-life figure behind "Dog Day Afternoon" dazzlingly punctures its subject's delusions
The mythological hero may be half-man and half-god, but Brett Ratner turns him into half-superhero, half-dullard