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
It's pure trifle, but the seasoned stars will win you over as next-door enemies who embark on a romance in their twilight years
Emma Stone couldn't be more charming, but her on-screen romance with Colin Firth couldn't be more contrived or ickiliy age-inappropriate
Returning director James DeMonaco flirts with messages about politics, society, and inequality, but they're all dazzle camouflage for a silly and squalid shoot-em-up
The foreplay in this internet-age farce is promising, but the comedy deflates by the disappointing climax; Rob Lowe proves his comedic staying power with another...
If you're still listening to the "Garden State" soundtrack in your car, you may well be carried away by Braff's latest; non-believers are more likely...
Terrific performances and spooky atmospherics only stave off the predictable conclusion of a priest yelling at a guy who's bleeding out of every orifice
"The Host" and "Mother" director Bong Joon-Ho pours on the action but misses the heart -- even with an eminently watchable Tilda Swinton -- in...
The stage is the world for mind games between Emmanuelle Seigner and Mathieu Amalric's characters, in another play-on-film from the émigré filmmaker
Gorgeous visuals and the addition of a strong new character (voiced by Cate Blanchett) don't make up for a lackluster villain or the dumbing-down of...
This lovely and contemplative film examines the impact of the then-new HIV test on dancers in San Francisco in the mid-1980s
Alice Cooper, Michael Douglas, and Sylvester Stallone are just some of the celebs who pop up to pay tribute to one of the gods of...
One could complain about the padding and the repetition, but who cares when the jokes and the performances are this hilarious?
Bringing Drew Barrymore back into the fold was a wise move, resulting in, for what it's worth, the best of their three collaborations
Leaving comic-book movies behind to write, direct and star in something smaller and more personal, the "Iron Man" director concocts a fairly bland stew of...
This raucous but intelligent farce offers both rollicking laughs and interesting observations about college and gender dynamics
Patricia Heaton stars in a grinding comedy that ostensibly celebrates motherhood but ultimately yanks the carpet out from under its target audience
This biopic examines race, gender and class in 18th century England, but it's also a sumptuous love story
Things go bump in the classroom in this inane and clichéd horror movie where the coolest thing on display is the old-school 1970s gadgetry
The parkour is breathtaking and the plot twists are ridiculous in this U.S. remake of "District B13"
A young boy claims to have glimpsed the afterlife during a near-death experience, and director Randall Wallace keeps his adaptation of the pop-religion best-seller on...
Ivan Reitman's gridiron drama is stodgy and boxy -- and not too much to look at, either
Jude Law leaves his pretty-boy past behind him to play a middle-aged mobster in a movie that's not always worthy of his exertions
Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda star as real-life Robin Hoods - accent on the "hoods" - with a plan so brilliantly stupid it actually worked,...
Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan crackle as a sparring British couple on holiday in this perceptive and witty new dramedy written by Hanif Kureishi