The veteran actors' spot-on, heartbreaking portrayal of an older couple buffeted about...
The saga of a comatose girl at the border between life and...
Director Evan Cabnet keeps the plot line crackling nicely, even delivering a...
A total of three critics, so far, like this movie
The comedians reteam with writer-director Michael Winterbottom for another exploration of friendship, rivalry, regret, and really amazing seafood
Too few engaging characters and one thoroughly negligible performance from Luke Bracey results in a thriller that trying too hard to thrill
There's a distinct lack of humanity in this zombie-rom-com, resulting in not enough brains nor heart to chew on
The leads are appealing, but the script is operating dangerously below the comedy speed limit
This adaptation of the Lois Lowry best-seller gets adolescence right and everything else wrong
When the distraught actress looks into the bathroom mirror to reapply her makeup, nobody smears lipstick with the panache of Blanchett
"If ever there was a movie that should not have been made, this is that movie," Seattle Times critic Soren Anderson wrote
Smart and provocative, this portrait of the true-life figure behind "Dog Day Afternoon" dazzlingly punctures its subject's delusions
This fifth entry feels like a mixed bag even by the standards of the series, but all is forgiven when the stars stop talking and...
Things are always crazy when "Big Brother" forces the Houseguests to get through a week of strategy and gameplay during a single one-hour live broadcast
If you want to see two-dimensional characters buffeted about by larger-than-life weather patterns -- well, at least "Sharknado 2" offers some humor
The director of the underappreciated "Goon" gets the best out of a strong ensemble and a smart script while letting Toronto have its turn as...
The pleasure of these silly shoot-em-ups comes from its over-the-hill ensemble, so why devote so much of the movie to a bunch of forgettable millennials?
There are a few thrills and a few laughs in this rejiggered, CGI-heavy reimagining of the comic book/TV/movie superstars, but even by kid-movie standards, it's...
"It's an unfunny comedy, populated by irredeemable sociopaths," according to one critic
The vast majority of critics approve of Marvel's new summer epic
Does the latest Marvel film deserve all its hype? TheWrap's Lucas Shaw and Alonso Duralde weigh in
The "Avatar" director plummets to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in this amiable doc that's basically a big-screen version of a National Geographic special
Who would have thought that the director behind the cloying "The Help" could turn the story of the Godfather of Soul into something this cliché-defying?
The movie doesn't quite live up to the star's wrestling nickname, but it should live up to expectations audiences attained from the trailer or its...
Despite some nice moments, what starts out as a retread of director Lasse Hallstrom's "Chocolat" goes completely a la carte in an extraneous third act
The mythological hero may be half-man and half-god, but Brett Ratner turns him into half-superhero, half-dullard
Hoffman gives a memorable performance in this masterful John le Carré adaptation as a German master of intelligence coping with a post-9/11 world
James Gunn's old-school romp in the far reaches of the universe owes more to Joss Whedon's "Firefly" than to his "Avengers," blending action, thrills, and...
TheWrap's Lucas Shaw and Alonso Duralde assess Scarlett Johansson's role in the sci-fi thriller "Lucy"